• Report: Japanese Whisky Might Soon be Extinct

    9 monthes ago - By Vine Pair

    Empty shelves have become the norm at Japanese liquor stores that stock Hibiki, Yamazaki and other premium Japanese whiskies.
    According to a recent article in the Nikkei Asian Review , the duty-free shop at the Haneda Airport usually sells out of their small stock of Hibiki within ten minutes. In other words, if you don't have a crazy early flight, you're out of luck.
    The unique, clean taste of Japanese whisky has led it to beat out classic Scottish and Irish distillers at competitions worldwide. Whisky lovers particularly love its pungent, earthy flavors.
    But in this case, winning such...
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