Hibiki Harmony encapsulates the harmony that exists between Japanese nature and people. Plum and roses on the nose backed up by a hint of mizunara oak and dark chocolate. Oily in texture and delightful in taste.
Jim Beam Rye is a pre-Prohibition style rye whiskey that pays homage to one of our family's oldest recipes and is distilled according to the same exacting standards that have governed Jim Beam for more than 200 years. Today, it's become a go-to for bartenders looking for a bolder, bygone take on whiskey with the smoother finish of more modern times.
Situated between the north and south Japanese alps, Mars Shinshu is Japan's highest whisky distillery, at nearly 800 meters. The Hombo family have been distilling for more than a century and they added whisky to their repertoire in 1949 in Kagoshima. This whisky is inspired by great whiskies of America. A majority of corn balanced with light malt aged in ex bourbon barrels. Ideal for daily sipping, in a mint julep or an old fashioned.
Hakushu (the mountain forest distillery) is located deep in the forest of Japan's Southern Alps. It is embraced for its herbal, gently smoky flavour. The innovation in Hakushu Distiller's Reserve comes from using a lightly peated malt whisky as its young talent.
Made from 100% New Zealand grown malted barley, smoked using Manuka wood, and distilled through a hand beaten copper pot still. This 'work in progress' bottling offers natural smoke, cinnamon, clove, and Manuka oils.