Japanese whisky

  1. A variety of whisky distilled in Japan. Japanese whisky is often compared to Scotch whisky in terms of style, but due to the large variety and experimental nature of Japanese distilleries, the range of styles and flavor profiles is quite large. In recent years, numerous Japanese whiskies have distinguished themselves internationally, leading to significant growth in the industry.

Note: Like Scotch whisky, Japanese whisky is spelled without an “e.”