Category Archives: Collectible Whisky

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Inside The World’s Largest Karuizawa Auction

On the 5th of April, an auction featuring the world’s largest and most exclusive collection of Karuizawa whisky led whisky experts and passionate collectors to the web. The auction ended on  Monday 17th of April, and gave us whisky lovers a lot to talk about. The winning bids amounted to almost £800,000, far above the […]

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Japan Takes Whisky To New Heights

When you think of the great whisky-producing regions, rugged mountains are always a part of the scene: cool mountain air; a stiff breeze to fill your lungs; a sense of adventure. When it comes to distilling at altitude, there is one country that is quite literally head and shoulders above the rest, and that country […]

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Japanese Whisky Budget Series: $2,000 to $7,000

Here’s our next part to the Japanese Whisky Budget Series, and we’re featuring Japanese whiskies that have a price tag between $2,000 to $7,000. You’ll find that many of these whiskies are from closed distilleries, so they’re extremely rare, hence the rather high price on these bottles. But, if you want to have a one-of-a-kind […]

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Most Expensive Japanese Whisky in the World 2016

Have you ever wondered what the most expensive Japanese whisky were? We’ve compiled a list of the most pricey ones here, so get ready to make your jaw drop with these mind-blowing prices! But trust us – they’re well worth the investment. Yamazaki 50-Year-Old Single Malt 2005 Release Price: $133,999.99 As the first edition of […]

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Why Japanese Whisky Is Worth The Price

Japanese whisky: a delicacy that deserves to be at the top shelf of your liquor cabinet!  The Japanese people are known for being meticulous and patient when it comes to perfecting any type craftsmanship, and whisky production are one of these arts that has earned Japanese whisky a high-in-demand, first-rate reputation around the world. However, […]