Yamazaki 25 Years Whisky 山崎25年威士忌
For all Yamazaki collectors, this is the good news! Besides having in stock this Yamazaki
25 Years Whisky, I would like to highlight that this Yamazaki 25 Years Whisky
is with the old packaging as various editions were produced for this same Yamazaki 25 Years series in the past. The accolades of Yamazaki 25 Years whisky won over the years illustrate the pride of Japanese whisky making through its history.
World Whiskies Awards, 2015: Best Japanese Single Malt 21 Years and Over
World Whiskies Awards, 2014: Best Japanese Single Malt 21 Years and Over
World Whiskies Awards, 2013: Best Japanese Single Malt Whisky 21 Years & Over
World Whiskies Awards, 2012: Best Japanese Single Malt Whisky 21 Years & Over
International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2009: Gold
This Yamazaki 25 Years Whisky is in mint condition, unopened and comes complete with box and papers. All prices are inclusive of GST and liquor duties.
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Glorious History of Yamazaki Whisky 山崎
The history of Japanese whisky is centred among two of the most influential figures, Shinjiro Torii and Masataka Taketsuru
. Torii was a pharmaceutical wholesaler and the founder of Kotobukiya (later to become Suntory
). He started importing western liquor and he later created a brand called "Akadama Port Wine
", based on a Portuguese wine which made him a successful merchant..
worked as a distillery executive for Torii and during which times, Taketsuru learnt the art of distilling in Scotland, and brought this knowledge back to Japan in the early 1920s. Whilst working for Kotobukiya he played a key part in helping Torii establish the Yamazaki Distillery.
It was only In 1934 he left Kotobukiya to form his own company—Dainipponkaju—which would later change its name to Nikka
. In this new venture he established the Yoichi distillery in Hokkaidō.
Whisky took a historical turn in Japan in 1923, when Suntory established the first official whisky distillery. However, the growth of Japanese whisky remain benign and domestic and even nose dive after the great bubble burst for the Japanese economy. Production were curtailed and very little was known about the brand until around the mid 2010s. Suddenly, Japanese whisky gained global recognition with many accolades of international awards, including Best Whisky in the World
by the Whisky Bible. Since then, the demand of Yamazaki Whisky has gained meteoric rise to stardom as world whisky connoiseur loved the taste and marketing of Yamazaki whisky.