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One of the richer whiskies to come out of Japan, Yamazaki’s 18yo has plenty of flavor and richness making this a hugely satisfying whisky. A deep amber colour is swiftly followed by full spice and berried oak flavours. One to savour. Read more.
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Japan's first and oldest malt whisky distillery, Yamazaki, was established in 1923 by Shinjiro Torii (Suntory's founder). Taking inspiration from traditional Scottish whisky, Torii envisioned a Japanese approach by choosing a terrain and climate completely different to those of Scotland to create a unique kind of whisky. Nestled proudly on the periphery of Kyoto, this region was formerly referred to as "Minaseno", where one of the purest waters of Japan originates.
One to savour
Whisky Sour Recipe
The Whisky Sour is versatile – whether you decide to switch up the Whisky, sour or sweet element, the end result will almost always be delicious – just remember to stick to that golden ratio of 2 parts Whisky, 1 part sour and 1 part sweet (but hey, if your personal preference is different, you do you!). If you’re after something sweeter, bourbon or brandy are both great options. Prefer a smokier sour? A scotch will be your go-to.When it comes to the sour substitution, lime is a more subtle option if you find lemon too overpowering, alternatively you can opt for a sweeter pick like orange or a more savoury choice like grapefruit. And when it comes to the egg white and no egg white debate, well, it’s completely up to you!