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In 2015, the Japanese whisky producer Nikka decided to mention the age of their bottlings no longer. This 10-year-old single malt whisky from the renowned Yoichi distillery is one of the last with the age mentioned on the label. Bottled at 45%.
This bottling from the first decade of this century is a 15-year-old single malt whisky from the renowned Japanese Yoichi distillery, matured in bourbon, sherry and virgin oak casks and bottled at 45%. An intense, well-balanced and accessible dram.
This Ichiro's Malt is a blend of single malt whisky from Chichibu and the now-closed Hanyu with a little Scottish malt. The whiskies matured in different casks but were finished together in a French oak cask that once contained Japanese red wine. (46,5%.)
The Miyagikyo distillery of the Japanese Nikka not only makes grain whisky, but also single malt. Such as this ageless bottling, for which a special, aromatic yeast was used during production. Not complex, nutty, fruity and sweet and well-balanced. (47%)
Yoichi is one of the brands of the Japanese Nikka Whisky. Yoichi produces in a traditional way a highly regarded single malt whisky. For this bottling the distillery used a special, aromatic yeast. It's a not too complex, peaty dram. Bottled at 47%.
The new Shizuoka Distillery is located near Mount Fuji. The distillery produces its single malt whisky using equipment from the legendary Karuizawa distillery. As used with this Contact S. The single malt matured for 3 years in bourbon casks. (55.5%)
Miyagikyo is the name of the second distillery founded by Masataka Taketsuru, the father of the Japanese whisky industry. A distillery with its own kinds of single malt whisky, such as this Peated. A medium-smoky malt, sweet, malty and fruity. (48%)
A Japanese single malt whisky aged in bourbon casks in the warehouse of the Tsunuki Distillery, distilled by the Mars Distillery and released in the Komagatake series. A dram with notes of barley, vanilla and oak and a hint of smoke. (54%)
This Kasei blended whisky is bottled by the Japanese Hombo Mars for the French La Maison du Whisky. Malt and grain whisky are brought together here in the smooth Mars style: floral, fruity notes and honey, with a hint of smoke. Bottled at 40%.
The Eigashima Shuzo distillery is there alreadyquite some time, but only since the beginning of this century they do distill whisky. Only in May and June, and under the name White Oak. This young single malt whisky matured in sherry casks. Bottled at 50%.
The Hibiki Harmony is a blended Japanese whisky. So, a combination of malt and grain whisky. The Harmony matured in 5 different types of casks, such as bourbon and sherry casks and Japanese mizunara oak casks. It is bottled by Suntory Whisky at 43%.
This Maltage from the Japanese Shinshu Mars distillery is a blend of single malt whiskies. Of course there is a single malt from Shinshu itself. But also Scottish malt. It is a rich, well-balanced, non-complex and pleasantly drinkable whisky.
An early single malt bottling from Japanese distiller Eigashima Shuzo. The bottle does not mention age, but this must be a young whisky. Yet the taste palette is already nicely developed, and it has that modest, elegant Japanese character in the nose.
This ageless single malt whisky from the Japanese Yoichi distillery is a pleasantly drinkable and surprisingly full dram. Lots of fruit, green tea, milk chocolate to name a few, with a hint of salty smoke. Why not try a Japanese whisky like this?
A blended whisky from the Japanese distillery Eigashima Shuzo that distilled both the single malt and the grain whisky. In this blend you will find woody and spicy notes, and vanilla, plum liqueur and a hint of wood smoke. Bottled at 40%.
A blended whisky from the Japanese distillery Eigashima Shuzo. Something different than the well-known Scottish blends. And at a reasonable price, especially for a Japanese whisky.
That Coffey in the name refers to the type of still with which this whisky was made. Normally single malt whisky is made with pot stills. That makes this Japanese Nikka malt whisky quite special. This whisky received various prizes and awards. 45%
A beautiful Japanese blended whisky at cask strength (51.4%), this Nikka. The single malt and grain whiskies in this blend all come from the own Nikka distilleries. Good balance between malt, grain and cask and complex. A blend to come home with!
Has nothing to do with coffee, Coffey is the type of still with which this Japanese blended grain whisky is made. That resulted in a fruity, light, pleasantly drinkable dram, a whisky for those long summer evenings. Bottled at 45%.
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