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Japanese Whisky

Japanese whiskeys are known all over the world for their distinctive taste and high quality. Here you will find unique labels on Japanese Whiskies. Choose between BlendedSingle Malt and Single Grain.

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Fujimi Japanese Whisky 700ml

46.12 €

Hatozaki Finest Blended Whisky 700ml

34.91 €

Hatozaki Pure Malt 700ml

51.26 €

Hibiki Japanese Harmony 700ml

160.00 €

Hibiki Japanese Harmony Master's Select 700ml

180.00 €

Kamiki 500ml

63.26 €

Kura 700ml

94.10 €

Kurayoshi Pure Malt 12 Y.O. 700ml

115.96 €

Kurayoshi Pure Malt 18 Y.O. 700ml

222.59 €
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Kurayoshi Pure Malt 8 Y.O. 700ml

103.63 €

Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky 700ml

60.83 €

Nikka Coffey Malt 700ml

68.63 €

Nikka Days 700ml

42.49 €

Nikka From The Barrel 500ml (Gift Box)

68.92 €

Nikka Super Rare Old 700ml

51.06 €

Nikka Taketsuru Pure Malt 700ml

69.32 €

Nikka Whisky From The Barrel 500ml

51.56 €

Nikka Yoichi Single Malt 700ml

84.73 €

Nobushi 700ml

42.99 €

The Chita 700ml

71.72 €

The Matsui Mizunara Cask Single Malt 700ml

122.19 €

The Matsui Sakura Cask Single Malt 700ml

122.19 €

The Matsui The Peated Single Malt 700ml

122.19 €

Toki Suntory 700ml

51.10 €

Frequently asked questions

01 What is Japanese whisky and how does it differ from other whiskies?


Japanese whiskey is a drink produced in Japan, with techniques mainly inspired by the Scottish tradition. It starts from the distillation of malt or corn and matures in barrels. Japanese whiskies differ because of their water, which is often softer and cleaner and because of the maturation methodology, which takes place in a climate that combines warm and cold, granting the drink unique flavor and aroma characteristics. These characteristics make it stand out from other international whiskeys, offering a special taste.

02 Which are the top Japanese whisky brands available at Konstantakopoulos liquor store?


At Konstantakopoulos liquor store, the leading Japanese whisky brands include Hibiki, Nikka and Suntory, offering a variety of excellent quality whiskies. Hibiki is known for its harmony of aromas and flavors, while Nikka whiskies offer a wide range of single malts and blends. Suntory, with famous drinks such as Yamazaki and Hakushu, is also very popular, recognized for the top quality and distinctive characteristics of its labels.

03 What is the production process of Japanese whisky?


The production process of Japanese whisky begins with the selection and fermentation of grains, usually malt or corn. Next, the wort is distilled in copper stills, where the alcoholic vapors travel through the pipes, to produce the spirit. Japanese whisky is then aged in wooden casks, often made of Japanese oak, to develop complexity, flavor and color. Japan's unique climate influences maturation, imparting the distinctive aromas and flavors that characterize the final product.

04 Why are Japanese whiskies often more expensive than other whiskies?


Japanese whiskies are often more expensive due to their limited production, high demand and methodical manufacturing process. The choice of quality ingredients, such as ultra-pure water and special malt, as well as the use of Japanese oak barrels for maturation, add to the cost. Aging in Japan's unique climate, which alternates from hot summer to cold winter, allows for rapid but balanced maturation, adding uniqueness to the product, but also to the price. The increased international reputation and limited availability of some labels also contribute to higher costs.

05 How should Japanese whiskies be stored to maintain maximum flavor and quality?


To preserve the maximum taste and quality of Japanese whiskies, careful storage is required. They must be stored in a cool and shady place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources, as temperature fluctuations can affect the composition and aroma of the drink. Bottles should be put upright to avoid contact of the alcohol with the cap, which could alter its elements and affect its taste. In addition, it is recommended that the bottles be opened within a few years of purchase, in order to enjoy the whisky at its best. Proper handling and storage ensures that Japanese whisky will retain its unique flavor and quality, for maximum enjoyment.

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