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Akashi Meïsei Blended Whisky

A blended Japanese whisky from White Oak, made with 45% American oak matured single malt. We also understand that Meïsei translates roughly as ‘celebrity’ in Japanese.

Kurayoshi Pure Malt

The Kurayoshi Pure Malt is aged for over 3 years in oak casks. It has a soft and refreshing fragrance of malted barley complimented by sweet and tart notes of rum raisins, malt and vanilla. The light finish is a reminder of Tottori’s pure spring water used during distillation.

Kurayoshi Pure Malt 18 Y

Bottled at 50% alc. vol, the Kurayoshi 18 Year Old Pure Malt Whisky is Scottish in style with complex and deep flavors. It is well-balanced with a mellow taste showing sweetness and spiciness complimented by malty overtones. The finish is elegant and slightly smoky.

Kurayoshi Pure Malt 8 Y

The rich aromas and deep flavors displayed by the Kurayoshi Malt Whisky 8 Year Old reflects the maturation in carefully selected oak casks.

Kurayoshi Pure Malt Sherry

Aged in sherry casks for over 3 years. The nose expresses notes of ripe fruit and chocolate. The palate mimics the nose with additional hints of citrus and lemongrass.

The Matsui Mizunara Cask

A single malt whisky distilled in the rich, natural environment of Tottori and aged in Mizunara (Japanese oak)casks. Combined with the bitter flavor of unblended whisky, a faintly sweet, aged aroma tickles the nose with a smooth yet rich, lingering aftertaste.This masterpiece, carefully crafted with heart and passion, is brought to proof with high-quality natural spring water from Mt. Daisen.

The Matsui Sakura Cask

In celebration of the 700 years of the Declaration of Arbroath House of McCallum has commissioned five new pieces of art from the 4 Glasgow Artists of the Art of Whisky representing their vision of the piece of history past and present.

The Matsui Sakura Single Cask

This masterpiece, passionately created by the Kurayoshi distillery, is a Japanese Single malt whisky matured in a single Sakura cask, known for its quality. Combined with a malt aroma and the bitter taste of an unblended whisky, delicately soft and crisp notes of cherry also come through across the palate. The whisky is matured in Tottori prefecture, in anatural environment where the temperature changes considerably from one season to the next. The whisky is subtly finished with high-quality natural spring water from Mount Daisen.