Buy Shibui Grain Select Whisky Online – For Sale

Buy Shibui Grain Select Whisky Online in Niigata, Japan, this 100% wheat whisky is matured in American ex-bourbon, Oloroso sherry & rare Japanese Mizunara Oak giving it exceptional natural color & notes of coconut & cereal. 90-point score at Ultimate Spirits Challenge.

They are quite clear that they are not a distillery but rather a partnership between several distilleries and blenders. Shibui is an old-fashioned or ageless term. The Niigata series comprises three international mixes, therefore it most likely contains Scotch whisky as well as Japanese whisky.

100% distilled from wheat, Niigata Japanese, and Scotch single-grain whiskies make up the Shibui Grain Select. aged in oak from Mizunara, oloroso sherry, and bourbon. Sweet almonds, pears, shortbread cookies, and some delightful herbal, fruity aromas on the end are among Holly’s tasting notes. Excellent, tasty, and simple to drink.

100% distilled from wheat, Niigata Japanese, and Scotch single-grain whiskies make up the Shibui Grain Select. aged in oak from Mizunara, oloroso sherry, and bourbon. Sweet almonds, pears, shortbread cookies, and some delightful herbal, fruity aromas on the end are among Holly’s tasting notes. Excellent, tasty, and simple to drink. Today’s Grain Select bottle of whisky contains 100% wheat and is not fully Japanese. The reason they are upfront about this is that they simply cannot obtain this profile from a Japanese producer.

All we know about the origin of the Japanese whisky that does go into this expression is that it is from the Nigata prefecture. Shibui has granted the distillery’s plea for anonymity. We do know that it is a renowned distillery; I believe it to be Shinobu.

Blending has a lengthy history among the Japanese. Due to this historical precedence and the current worldwide Japanese whisky boom, several distilleries now acquire their raw materials outside.

Pollachi explains that sibling rivalry is ultimately the driving force behind the global selection process. Japanese distilleries are egocentric and fiercely competitive, thus they don’t exchange products or technological advancements. The Japanese had to look outside since they lacked a domestic range to mix in with.

Appearance: Comparable to the Grain Select in appearance, equally translucent but brighter, and with a golden bend rather than a peachy one. Legs are a little more driven to move forward, but they aren’t exactly moving forward swiftly. Nose: Sticky honey easily transitions into musk and then sunscreen.

Palate: Constantly very sweet, with a strong upfront flavor of sweetened coconut. As the flavor combines with heavy cream and then finishes with musky florals, the sweetness becomes a little more tolerable. The rear palate picks up a hint of umami.

 

 

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