With the current Japanese whisky craze, it is ultra-difficult to find any Japanese whiskies, let alone limited edition bottles such as these. We have managed to source very limited amounts of these bottles (one bottle each), and we thought we would crack these open to be shared, in a never to be repeated tasting. Join us in celebration of Father's Day this year, get a ticket for yourself, your partner or more importantly your father, as we taste some iconic whiskies from each of Japan's main distillery, and chat about the history of Japanese whiskies and what is going on at the moment in Japan.
Whiskies on tasting:
A Japanese Whisky Highball on Arrival and then ...
1) Mars Malt Le Papillon, 4yo, American White Oak #1558, 58%, 1 of 599 Bottles 2) White Oak Akashi 5yo Exclusive for Shinanoya, White Wine Finish #61091, 59%, 1 of 342 Bottles 3) Kirin Fuji Sanroku 2016 Limited Edition 18yo Blended Whisky Oloroso Cask Finish, 43% 4) Yamazaki Limited Edition 2017, 43% 5) Yoichi Distillery Limited Bottling "Woody & Vanillic", 55% 6) Ichiro's Malt The Peated 2016 Edition, 54.5%, 1 of 6350 Bottles
Limited to 24 seats only. Tickets are $110 per person.
Join us for a fun and rare tasting with Alex Moores (Managing Director of Australian Independent Bottler, Dark Valley Whisky). Alex has just come back from his pilgrimage to Scotland, and he has brought back with him 3 straight from the cask, hand-filled Balvenies.