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Shunka Shuto Winter Japanese Blended Whiskey
This product is available in: DC, NH, NJ, NY Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.Size750mL Proof80 (40% ABV)
This product is available in: DC, NH, NJ, NY Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.
About Shunka Shuto Winter Japanese Blended WhiskeyA brand-new venture, Shiki Distillery is located in the Hyogo Prefecture, just northwest of Osaka, Japan. Famous for its pristine nature, waters and mountains, the region is also the home of the best rice wine in Japan, Yamada Nishiki. Like many distilleries just starting out and preparing to distill their own spirits, Shiki Distillery began by curating and blending spirits from other producers – the best of Japan. Offering a collection of aged and unaged malt whiskies as well as blended whisky, the Four Seasons expressions are their first releases. The word “Shiki” means “four seasons” in Japanese and the four whiskies are intended to reflect the character of four seasons in Japan.
In Japan, winter nights get cold and it’s not unusual for temperatures to drop below zero. Inspired by Japanese winters and all becoming traditions to keep warm, Shunka Shuto Winter Japanese Blended Whisky is the richer and deeper expression of this collection. A blend of Japanese whiskies, which are curated and then married in white oak to age, this sumptuous sipper is bottled at 80 proof. The nose greets with notes of deep caramel while the palate is rich with powerful maltiness. The perfect whisky to sip on cold nights.
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About Japanese Whisky
Although maybe not be the first Spirit you would think of when Japan is mentioned; the Japanese make one of the best types of whisky in the world. It’s heavily influenced by scotch but with smoother and delicate notes.
The history of the Japanese whisky is not even a century old, but in this short time, the Japanese blended and single malts have taken over the world by storm and can easily go against their whisk(e)y counterparts from across the globe.