Mars Shinshu

Sandwiched between Japan's soaring Southern Alps and the towering Central Alps, at just over 2,600 feet, Mars Shinshu is Japan's highest whisky distillery. The Hombo family have been distilling shochu for more than a century and added whisky to their repertoire in 1949. Back then, the distillery was located in Kagoshima Prefecture on the southernmost island of Kyushu. In 1984, the Hombo clan moved the distillery to the idyllic alpine setting of Miyada village in southern Nagano Prefecture. They chose this site for its cool temperature, which slowed maturation, and the plentiful, soft, granite-filtered snowmelt-fed aquifers.

Mars Shinshu 'Lucky Cat Ash' Blended Whisky
Description Here’s a special release from Mars Whisky: the Lucky Cat! From the Lucky Cat series, the Lucky Cat Ash 99 is a blended dram from Shinshu Mars Distillery, which is owned by the company Hombo Shuzo Ltd. The Lucky Cat Series is dedicated to Shinshu Mars Distillery owner’s cat; his passion
Item Number: 24861
Bottle:$112.99
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Mars Shinshu 'Iwai' Whisky
TASTING NOTES: Sweet with fruit flavors like pear, quince and hints of red fruits and vanilla.  IWAI WHISKY  Kiichiro Iwai, the name sake for this Mars Whisky, was a silent pioneer of Japan whisky. This whisky is inspired by great whiskies of America. A majority of corn balanced with light malt
Item Number: 24864
Bottle:$34.99
Case: $419.88
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Mars Shinshu 'Iwai Tradition' Whiskey
TASTING NOTES: Ripe Cherry, honey toffee with a beautiful ginger spice.   ON THE NOSE On the nose are sherried notes, peat and malt. The palate is peppery with flavors of ripe cherry, honey and toffee with a beautiful ginger spice. The finish is long, crispy and rounded.  IWAI TRADITION  This
Item Number: 24865
Bottle:$49.99
Case: $599.88
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Mars Shinshu 'Komagatake' Single Malt Whiskey
Details The first bottling in Mars's new Nature of Shinshu range – each entry is named after the flora local to the eponymous distillery. Rindo means 'gentian' and has a distinctly aromatic character thanks to ageing exclusively in a combination of ex-bourbon, sherry and Japanese wine casks.