Japanese Whisky

Whisky production in Japan began commercially in 1923 when the Suntory brand was established by Shinjiro Torii, with the founding of Yamazaki. It was believed that Japanese distilleries initially aimed to follow on the style from the Scott’s, now Japanese distillers have developed their own unique style producing whisky that is becoming extremely popular. The character of whisky from Japan can be sweet, fruity and somewhat floral, but we wouldn't want to be stereotypical as some of their whiskey can be heavily peated such as some of Hakushu's releases.

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Nikka Coffey Grain 45% (Bottle - 1/70cl)

Made using the two Coffey stills at the Miyagikyo distillery that were shipped over from Scotland to Japan in 1963 this single grain is one of Nikkas biggest releases. Bundles of fruits and sweet vanilla notes along with a thick honeyed palate, great value for money.


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