Tag Archives: Japanese Whisky

Kikori Rice Whiskey Comes Out With Liqueur

Soh Spirits, makers of Kikori Whiskey, have introduced a liqueur, Yuzuri. This new liqueur, derived from Kikori rice whiskey, is made using the yuzu fruit, an exotic and fragrant citrus best described as the love child of lemon and mandarin with traces of grapefruit. The process of making Yuzuri includes handpicking the yuzu – harvested just once a year in ...

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New Whiskeys For Autumn 2017 From Around The World

Michter's Toasted Barrel Finish Rye

By Richard Thomas It’s the first week of October, and whisk(e)y fans are fast approaching the middle of the ultra-hot Autumn Release Season. Usually centered on a series of much-anticipated, hard-to-get American annual limited releases, this year Scotland and Japan have some noteworthy whiskies either out now or coming out shortly to liven up the mix. These are the new ...

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The Changed Rules Of World Single Malts

Pearse Lyons Reserve

How The Rise Of American And World Malts Have Changed The Fundamentals By Richard Thomas Until the advent of the World Whisk(e)y Boom, malt whisky has been a pretty stable category. The overwhelming majority of malts were made either in Scotland or in countries pursuing their own variants of the Scottish model (most notably Japan), a fact best signified by ...

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