Japanese Whisky

Whisky production in Japan began around 1870, but the first commercial production was in 1924 upon the opening of the country's first distillery Yamazaki.  Pioneers like Taketsuru carefully studied the process of making Scotch whisky, and went to great lengths in an attempt to recreate that process in Japan. The location of Yoichi in Hokkaidō was chosen particularly for its terrain and climate, which were in many ways reminiscent of Scotland. Before 2000, the market for Japanese whiskies was almost entirely domestic, though this changed in 2001 when Nikka's 10-year Yoichi single malt won "Best of the Best" at Whisky Magazine's awards.

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The Yamazaki Distillers Reserve

The Yamazaki Distillers Reserve

Yamazaki


Jeffrey st. Whisky & Tobacco Reviews with ekomi.co.uk £92.00

The Hakushu Distillers Reserve Japanese Single Malt Whisky

The Hakushu Distillers Reserve Japanese Single Malt Whisky

Hakushu


Jeffrey st. Whisky & Tobacco Reviews with ekomi.co.uk £85.00

Hibiki  Japanese Harmony

Hibiki Japanese Harmony

Suntory


Jeffrey st. Whisky & Tobacco Reviews with ekomi.co.uk £92.00

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