The history of Japanese whisky is a relatively young one, alcohol played a much lower social role compared to Europe and North America, but with globalization in the late 19th century, the Japanese also acquired a taste for whisky. In the meantime, Japanese whisky has become very popular.
Wealthy citizens imported it at first, founded their own distilleries shortly after (1923) and the foundation stone for one of the largest spirits groups "Suntory" was laid. After the Second World War, independent production processes and special flavor creations were developed. So it is not surprising that its authenticity is highly valued.
In the meantime, Japan ranks as number 2, after the USA, in the global ranking of major whisky producers. In terms of taste, Japanese whisky goes perfectly with local dishes - if that's not an inspiration for a successful evening? Refine your home bar with one of our whisky specialties from Japan and enjoy the partly woody aromas of Japanese oak.