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Isawa Japanese Blended Whiskey

(50cl, 40.0%)
Isawa Japanese Blended Whiskey
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(2 Reviews)

Isawa Blended Whisky Bottling Note

A fragrant and lightly spiced Isawa blended whisky created at the Monde Shuzo distillery in Japan.

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User Reviews of the Isawa Japanese Blended Whiskey


This stuff is like a knife fight in a bottle.

26th April 2016

Sold Out ? Thank God !

This is the worst Whisky I have ever tasted, and I have tasted hundreds of all over the world, including from Bhutan, and I enjoy big bold drams. I would not be surprised if this was actually the worst Whisky in the world. It tastes like ground-up tyres diluted in turpentine.

28th September 2015

Very unusual

It's unusual this one, not like any whisky I have tried before. That can go one of 2 ways and unfortunately it falls on the side of bad. Earthy, spicy and metallic, with a hint of sake in there also. It didn't do it for me.

28th June 2014


This whisky is a real individual. It certainly is fragrant with floral notes, parma violets, leather and I would even say shoe polish. Under no circumstances would I say rubber though. I could neither confirm nor deny whether is smells of "tire" due to my unfamiliarity with tires, lest this whisky double as a benzodiazepine. The palate is equally soft and fragrant and I would recommend this highly to anybody looking for something different.

14th January 2014

The worst whisky ever if we can call it a whisky

I would rather consider it as a tire liquor or any anything else based on rubber...

6th July 2013

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