The 2020 limited release from Mars Shinshu Distillery, it is to celebrate the reconstruction of Mars distilling site, which will be activated in autumn 2020, and the landscape of the distillery is printed on the label.This edition is matured in Sherry Casks and American White Oak casks. On nose, it ..
Chichibu Distillery is owned by Venture Whisky and was founded by Ichiro AKUTO, grandson of the founder of the now-closed Hanyu distillery. The distillery started its operations in 2008 and has been making single malt whisky influenced by the local climate.Wine Wood Reserve is a pure malt whis..
Delicate and complex.Hibiki Harmony on nose is notes of rose, lychee and rosemary, while on palate is honey like sweetness, candied orange peel and white chocolate. Subtle, tender long finish with hint of Mizunara...
Named after Nikka’s founder, Masataka Taketsuru, the Pure Malt is a well and easy-going blended malt.The aroma is clean and bright, with hints of red fruits, fruit-tart sweetness. And on the palate it is soft and fruity, with a touch of clove, sherried fruit - and malty!..
The Art of BlendingBlender’s Choice was released months ago for domestic Japanese market. It is the new-comer for the series, “Hibiki”, while it is also the 3rd NAS of it.Blender’s Choice includes carefully selected vintages, married together by Suntory’s team of expert blenders. The addition of a f..
Pleasant peaty notes and smokiness.Yoichi NAS on nose is rich and soft - peaty and smoky, then develops into hints of citrus sweetness and spices (ginger, nutmeg). On palate it is balanced, smoky, nutty with fresh fruits. A delicate finish with chocolate and fruitiness...
A rich and complex blend, blended with whiskies from Yoichi and Miyagikyo.Bottled at 51.4% abv, the blended liquid goes into used barrels for extra few months for richness and full flavours. On nose there are notes of cut flowers, spices, oakiness, vanilla and a hint of orange peel, while on palate ..
Nikka (formerly named as “Dai Nippon Kaju”) was established by Masataka Taketsuru in 1934. Yoichi Distillery and Miyagikyo Distillery were established later and they sticked to the traditional method which Mr. Taketsuru had learnt in Scotland. Many of their bottles captured different prizes and awar..