The ageing of a whisky has a huge impact upon its character, the vast majority in fact. Whisky is matured in oak, of the genus Quercus, and there a range of species used, from the European Oak to the Truffle Oak. We have some well-aged 21 year old whiskies. 21, the age at which Americans can legally sample a fine whisky, the age at which you can get into a fine London discotheque, it is an age of great importance. There's a whole world of whisky out there, why not sample one of our Japanese whiskies. There are many critically revered whiskies from Japan, with an awe-inspiring selection of single malts and superb blended malts. These have all experienced a good length of ageing, and one can really see the marked difference.