Kujira Rice Whisky – Worth Hunting Down

Kujira Rice Whisky – Worth Hunting Down
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Kujira Ryukyu 20 Years Old is a rather interesting, two decades old rice whisky from Okinawa that aged in ex-bourbon barrels and recently arrived in the States through import channels.
— Read on thewhiskeywash.com/whiskey-styles/world/kujira-ryukyu-20-year-old-is-an-import-rice-whisky-potentially-worth-hunting-down/

Last year, I tasted the Kujira 20 year that’s mentioned above and thought it was a winner. I remember being excited about the future of Okinawan whisky. However, I was a bit disappointed to learn that the product was intended for export only. It was not normally available domestically.

This year, I jumped at the opportunity to reserve a bottle of Kujira 24 year when I learned that it would become available locally and was due to drop soon. Today was the day that I received my limited edition bottle, one of 500!

A reveal of Kujira Whisky in Okinawa.
A reveal of Kujira Whisky.
Kujira rice whisky by Kumesen Distillery.

 

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