Japanese Whisky

Japanese Whisky

Commercial whisky production in Japan kicked off close on 100 years ago, and today the country has a built up an impressive reputation for producing varied and interesting styles of whisky. Some are light, with sherry and floral notes; others are peatier and reminiscent of the malts from Islay in Scotland. Suntory and Nikka are two of the more well-known distillers, but there are plenty of other producers doing interesting things – not least in the unusual and creative labels and packaging of their whisky.

Akashi Whiskey

Akashi White Oak Blended Japanese Whiskey


Akashi White Oak Blended Whisky 1 X 500ml Bottle Founded in 1888 on the site of Eigashima in the city of Akashi, White Oak distillery was the first in Japan to obtain the license of distilled spirits in 1919 and according to the legend would...

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Chichibu Ipa Cask Finish


Chichibu Ipa Cask Finish A limited-edition Chichibu, developed in conjunction with a Japanese craft brewer. The brewery aged their beers in casks from the distillery and then returned these ‘beer-washed’ barrels to Chichibu, where they were...

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Hibiki 12 Year Old Japanese Whiskey


Hibiki 12 Year Old Japanese Whiskey 1 X 500ml Bottle Blossoming. Exuberant. A dazzling, echoing roundness. A stunning 12 year-old blend from Hibiki, some of the whisky has been part-matured in plum liqueur casks. Lovely malt from Hakushu and Yamazaki,...

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