Japanese Whisky Brands & Their Prices In Kenya

# Brand Country of Origin
1 Jack Daniels United States
2 Glenfiddich Scotland
3 Glenlivet Scotland
4 Glenmorangie Scotland
5 Johnnie Walker Scotland
6 Chivas Regal Scotland
7 Singleton Scotland
8 Jameson Ireland
9 Jim Beam United States
10 Ballantines Scotland
11 Famous Grouse Scotland
12 Macallan Scotland
13 Jura Scotland
14 Talisker Scotland
15 Auchetoshan Scotland
16 Aberlour Scotland
17 Balvenie Scotland
18 Caol Ila Scotland
19 Laphroaig Scotland
20 Grant's Scotland
21 Black & White Scotland
22 Passport Scotch Scotland
23 Cardhu Scotland
24 Yamazaki Japan
25 Cragganmore Scotland
26 Highland Park Scotland
27 Lagavulin Scotland
28 Glenrothes Scotland
29 Ardmore Scotland
30 Dalwhinnie Scotland
31 Oban Scotland
32 Bowmore Scotland
33 Maker's Mark United States
34 Virginia Black United States
35 Wild Turkey United States
36 Cutty Sark Scotland
37 Dewar's Scotland
38 Best Whisky Scotland
39 Bond 7 Scotland
40 Glenkinchie Scotland
41 Teacher's Scotland
42 VAT 69 Scotland
43 Whyte & Mackay Scotland
44 Woodford Reserve United States
45 Tullamore Ireland
46 William Lawson Scotland
47 Nikka Japan
48 Hakushu Japan
49 Hibiki Japan
50 Chita Japan
51 Iwai Japan
52 Suntory Japan
53 Monkey Shoulder United States
54 Canadian Club Canada
55 Teeling Whiskey Ireland
56 Powers Ireland
57 Bushmills Ireland
58 Dimple Scotland
59 GlenGrant Scotland
60 Glen Silvers Scotland
61 Knob Creek United States
62 Benchmark United States
63 Four Roses United States
64 Ardbeg Scotland
65 Aberfeldy Scotland
66 Bulleit Bourbon United States
67 Dalmore Scotland
68 Glengoyne Scotland
69 Crown Royal Canada
70 Sir Edwards Scotland
71 Bruichladdich Scotland
72 Scapa Scotland
73 Kamiki Japan
74 Rampur India
75 Harrington Scotland
76 Buffalo Trace United States
77 Eagle Rare Bourbon United States
78 Smokehead Scotland
79 Omar Taiwan
80 Old Smuggler Scotland
81 Marshall's United States
82 Glen Turner Scotland
83 Glencadam Scotland
84 Old Pulteney Scotland
85 Speyburn Scotland
86 Grand Old Parr Scotland
87 Paddy Ireland
88 Bunnahabhain Scotland
89 Sazerac United States
90 Amrut India
91 Clynelish Scotland
92 Gold Bar United States
93 Mars maltage Japan
94 Kurayoshi Japan
95 Connemara Ireland
96 Early Times United States
97 Lombard Scotland
98 Compass Box Scotland
99 Glen Deveron Scotland
100 Shackleton Malt Scotland
101 Miyagikyo Japan
102 Glen Moray Scotland
103 Blantons United States
104 Ledaig Scotland
105 Copper Dog Scotland
106 Sexton Ireland
107 Akashi Japan
108 Islay Scotland
109 White Horse Scotland
110 Claymore Scotland
111 Taylor United States
112 1792 Bourbon United States
113 Willett Pot Still United States
114 Glenfarclas Scotland
115 Tullibardine Scotland
116 Wild Geese Ireland
117 Tomintoul Scotland
118 Kirin Fuji Sanroku Japan
119 Buchanans Scotland
120 Knockado Scotland
121 Bells Scotland
122 West Cork Ireland
123 Lauders Scotland
124 Mortlach Scotland
125 Midleton Ireland
126 Scottish Leader Scotland
127 Scots Gold Scotland
128 John Barr Scotland
129 Canmore Scotland
130 J&B Scotland
131 Strathisla Scotland
132 Aultmore Scotland
133 John Bannerman Scotland
134 Green Spot Ireland
135 Kura Japan

Japanese whisky

Japanese whisky has increasingly become popular in the past few years consequent to their demand. This has resulted in them becoming extremely rare and expensive too. Most distilleries are struggling to keep up with customer demands hence discontinuing some of their popular brands. For example, Suntory has already discontinued The Hakushu 12 years and Hibiki 17 years which are among the best selling and the highest quality Japanese whisky.

The comparison between Japanese whiskies and Scotch whiskies is inevitable since the Japanese learned the art of distilling whisky from Scotland. However, the Japanese whiskies are unique in their own accord in terms of taste, smell and overall character. Luscious notes of cereal, malted barley and vanilla are common when you enjoy a bottle of these whiskies. This explains why some of the Japanese whisky brands like Yamazaki, Hibiki and Nikka have become household names to all whisky connoisseurs.

History Of Japanese Whisky

The first Japanese whisky distillery, Yamazaki, was opened in early 1920 by an importer called Shinjiro Torii and it was operated by Masataka Taketsuru. This master distiller had studied distilling art in Scotland for 3 years. In 1934, he left to start his own distillery known as Yoichi. He later named his company Nikka. Currently, there are about 9 whisky distilleries operating in Japan.

You can easily order Japanese whiskey in Kenya by calling 0714798820. Nairobi drinks offer drink delivery services for free within Nairobi and at a small fee out of Nairobi.

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