The Japanese style of whisky is heavily influenced by Scotch whisky, starting life as a concerted effort to recreate the style. The idea that Scotch style whisky made elsewhere could not possibly compete has been thoroughly overthrown, though. The modern Japanese approach is to create a hugely diverse range of malts allowing for innovation that puts them at the forefront of the global whisky market.
Hakushu 12 Year Old has the aromas of pear, crushed leafy...more
Hibiki 12 Year Old is golden amber in colour. On the...more
The name symbolises the unique marriage of malts and...more
Hibiki 21 Years Old was awarded the World's Best Blended...more
(Limited stocks until 2017)
Hibiki Japanese Harmony is inspired by the subtleties of...more