2016 marks the 93rd year of Whisky making in Japan and today, global appreciation for Japanese Whisky is at an all-time high. The demand for both rare and mainstream bottles has exploded, but there’s still so much we don’t know about these beloved drams. In this episode of Faber Good Times, Elliot breaks down two of his favorites – Suntory’s Hakushu Heavily Peated Single Malt and Nikka’s Yoichi 10 Year Single Malt – and shares the many reasons why these bottles deserve love and attention.

 

Love whisky? Check out the RONIN Recipe for a whisky highball here.

3 thoughts on “Faber Good Times – Whisky Favorites

  1. […] Love whisky? Watch our Beverage Director Elliot Faber speak on his favorite drams here. […]

  2. […] Whisky is a high quality, yet approachable Japanese Whisky that’s meant to be casually and frequently consumed in highballs, cocktails, or on its own. […]

  3. […] of Isouji, Ichiro Akuto, founded Chichibu Distillery in 2008. Created in collaboration between Elliot Faber (Beverage Director for Yardbird, RŌNIN, and Sunday’s Grocery), Ichiro Akuto, and famed […]

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