Japanese Whisky

Having long produced alcohol, principally from rice, the Japanese first discover whisky in 1853 with the arrival of American Commodore Matthew Perry in Tokyo Bay. At the end of the 19th Century, several Japanese companies already attempt to produce this spirit, but the first trials made from rice or corn ar unsuccessful.

There is a new page dedicated to the Japanes whisky on the website: https://www.marcelnussbaumer.com/japanese

From The Nikka Distillery:

Nikka Blended Whisky

Nikka Whisky from the Barrel

Nikka Pure Malt Black

Nikka Coffey Grain

From Yamazaki Distillery ( Suntory):

Yamazaki 12 years old.

Have a look!

Thank you,

Marcel

NIKKA BLENDED WHISKY

NIKKA WHISKY FROM THE BARREL

NIKKA PURE MALT BLACK

NIKKA COFFEY GRAIN

NIKKA COFFEY MALT

THE YAMAZAKI 12 YEARS OLD

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