About Japanese Whisky
Often using similar production methods to Scotch, Japanese Whisky is a type of Whisky that is produced in Japan. This form of Whisky is known for its high levels of quality and distinct flavour profile, often characterised as complex, smoky and sweet.
Japanese Whisky is typically made of a malted and unmalted mashbill, which is then fermented and distilled in pot stills. The spirit is then aged in oak barrels, using a combination of different casks to create a unique flavour profile. Some Japanese distilleries also experiment with other grains, local and export, to create their whiskies.