The Chugoku Juzo brewery/distillery was established in 1918 in Hiroshima and makes whisky on the side. This Togouchi Hiroshima whisky uses Scottish malt and Canadian grains. Aging, blending, and bottling is carried out in Japan though. The blend, therefore, has both a Scottish and Canadian character, not to mention a Japanese soul. This particular Togouchi bottle was released to commemorate the 2017 Central League Championship of the Hiroshima Toyo Carps team. A true collector’s item for fans of whisky and sports.
Togouchi for Hiroshima TOYO Carp Champion 2017 Limited Edition
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- SGD: $353.59
- AUD: $382.19
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Hibiki 21 Year Old was, yet again, selected as the best blended whisky in the world at the World Whisky Awards 2017. This comes as no surprise to us at dekantā, as the Hibiki has been awarded every year at the WWA since 2009, and is, in our view, a work of pure genius. The judges described it as being “Elegant, sweet and complex. This whisky is full of dried fruit, orange peel, strawberry jam, and baked apple from start to finish. Smooth, subtle and fairly short.” We agree and we are sure you will, too!