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Japanese Whisky TASTR Box

$119.00 CAD
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Craving something out of the ordinary?  Look no further than this Japanese Whisky TASTR Box.  If you like Scotch, then you'll probably love Japanese Whisky.  Learn how the Japanese put their spin on the Scottish classic and began to make their mark on the global whisky stage.  The bottles showcased in this TASTR Box include samples of: Nikka Single Malt Yoichi, Hibiki Harmony, The Tottori Bourbon Barrel, Suntory Toki, and Kamiki.

Inside This Tastr Box You’ll Find:
  • 5 - 50ml Glass Whisky Bottles
  • 1 - Glass Water Eyedropper
  • 1 – Authentic Glencairn Tasting Glass
  • 1 – Camino 71% Bittersweet Dark Chocolate Bar
  • 1 – Package of Shortbread Cookies
  • 1 – Bag of Spudnik’s Sea Salt Kettle Chips
  • 1 – Bag of Martin’s Apple Chips
  • 1 – Bag of Cookies & Cream Caramel Corn
  • 1 – Package of Tastr Box Asian Bar Mix
  • 1 – 500ml Flow Water Bottle
  • 1 – Package of Tastr Box Dried Fruit Medley
  • 1 – Educational Guide Book with Japanese Whisky facts, information and tasting notes
*Please note that food substitutions might be made depending on current inventory levels

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Alexandra Davidovic
Amazing Gift

Really great gift that exceeded my expectations. The fact that there was really good instructions and information about the product was amazing!

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Jerry Cukier
Great event for Whisky lovers

Well organized event, well priced with Japanese Whisky tastings that you probably would consider buying at the LCBO after the event. Also great treats are included. Try any of them, they are all very professional.!!!!

DID YOU KNOW...

Mizunara (Quercus crispula) is among the best known and rarest materials for ageing premium Japanese whiskies. The Mizunara oak, which is predominantly found in Eastern Asia, tends to give a distinct ‘gorgeous sweet perfume’ in addition to an ‘orange hue in the amber colour’ to the whisky. After prolonged ageing, whiskies tend to pick up an increasingly ‘incense-like’ aroma.