Finding a great bottle of Japanese Whisky can be a challenge, there are so many to choose from! We’ve picked out our favorite premium bottles that are priced between $1,000 and $3,000. Each of these bottles is sure to delight!
You can make your own blend of whiskies from this Suntory Pure Malt set! Each bottle contains 12-year-old blended whiskies and are different types of drams from Suntory’s distilleries. You can test the various blends by themselves with the included tasting glass or create your own blend and place it in the empty decanters that come with the set.
One of the rarest expressions by Nikka, the Taketsuru 25 is must for Japanese whisky lovers and collectors. Deep, elegant, and decades old, this whisky is somewhat of a legend.
Released to commemorate the established of Bunkamura, a cultural complex in Shibuya, Japan, Nikka created this perfect blend of whiskies from its distilleries. This celebratory whisky bottle comes in a wooden box, perfect for gift giving purposes.
Sophisticated and smooth, this Suntory Yamazaki Bourbon Barrel is a masterpiece. Suntory is an award-winning company and produces internationally acclaimed whiskies, and this Japanese single-malt whisky is another prize to enjoy with its fruity flavors that explode in your mouth with every sip.
From the highest distillery in Japan, this Mars Komagatake Bourbon Barrel is an extraordinary dram from the Shinshu Mars Distillery. Komagatake is a popular whisky line from Mars Whisky, and this particular Japanese single malt was matured for 24 years in an ex-bourbon barrel.
Did you say peat? Did you mention smoke? Then this is the whisky for you. Any lovers of the globally-known smoky Scotch whiskies will love, love, love this release, and soon convert to Japanese whisky!
The first bottling of Chichibu's much anticipated single cask Japan Warrior series, this beauty is bursting with notes of juicy peaches, citrus, grapefruit, and white wine. Sadly, this bottling sold out immediately upon release, but we managed to grab a few just for you.
Combine the love for art and whisky into one, and you get the Karuizawa Asama 1997 set! Karuizawa is no longer an open distillery, but its remaining spirits continue to appear and release from time to time. This Karuizawa duo bottle set features the artworks of Bathlus and Giacometti and was bottled for the 1997 art exhibition in Merushan Karuizawa Bijutsukan in Karuizawa, Japan.
From Nikka’s first distillery, this Yoichi 20-year-old single-malt whisky released in 1990, making it a treasure from the past. Rich with fruity delight, this sweet and luxurious whisky is a remarkable spirit with award-winning taste.
Excite your whisky-loving nature with this pure malt from the Yamazaki Distillery! This pure malt is a no age statement whisky and features a blend of spirits that are sure to delight your palate. The eye-catching, shiny bottle also makes this whisky a fantastic display on your top shelf.