Nikka Days Blended Whisky: a delicate and light blended whisky that didn't hit the spot with us.
The Totttori from Matsui Whisky: a superbly priced blended whisky for everyday drinking.
Kikori Whiskey; a light and delicate Japanese rice "whiskey". If you like light and delicate whiskies, you may enjoy it. We didn't.
The Suntory Toki, a light, fruity and crisp blended whisky. This is a delicate dram; there's not much in terms of richness or boldness and nothing really jumps out at you.
The Hakushu Single Malt Distiller's Reserve; a fresh and fruity single malt with lots of forest notes in both the nose and the palate. A dangerously easy-to-drink single malt.
The Nikka Pure Malt White; a beautifully balanced blended malt from Nikka. The flavor profile for this expression is quite unique and will delight even the most seasoned of drinkers.
The Nikka Pure Malt Red; a wonderful blended malt from Nikka that you should find in almost any liquor store. Like all Japanese whiskies, it's almost perfectly balanced and it's flavours are rich.
The Togouchi 12 Years Old; a unique and different blended whisky that we felt needed a higher ABV to really shine.
Nikka Blended Whisky; an above average blend, but nothing to write home about.
The Nikka Pure Malt Black; an excellent blended malt from Nikka, it's complex, smoky and sweet. A highly recommended whisky and one of the best 'bang-for-your-buck' expressions on the market.
The Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky; a delicate, floral and creamy single grain whisky.
The Hakushu 18 Years Old; a wonderful dram but, after paying almost $400, we were left a little disappointed.
The Hibiki 17 Years Old; an incredibly well balanced, rich and complex blended whisky from the Japanese masters.
The Nikka Coffey Malt Whisky; a very sweet and fruity whisky. Rich, elegant and incredibly tasty.
The Yamazaki Sherry Cask 2016 Edition; a wonderful whisky that will now cost you up to $3000.