On Japanese Whisky
We know little or nothing about Japanese whisky, but we've heard good things about Suntory and other brands. We've found a resource that claims Japan is the second biggest producer of single malt whisky in the world - who knew? What is this resource, you ask?
It's called Nonjatta and it's got a bunch of interesting info on single malts from the Land of the Rising Sun. Check 'em out - it looks like they were on hiatus for the last few years but have sprung back into activity over the past couple months...here's hoping they keep it up.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at June 12, 2007 6:54 AM
Actually, there was no hiatus. From http://nonjatta.blogspot.com/2007/04/2000-file.html
"I am using the year 2000 as a dumping ground for assorted background material and markers that are not part of the main stream of the blog. The blog was actually started in 2007."
Thanks for the mention. Just to clarify the hiatus: the site was established this year. The posts dated 2000 are posts that are not part of the mainstream of the blog (either background posts that other posts in the mainstream link to, or marker pages for malts that I have not yet tasted). Hope people enjoy the site and if they have any experience of Japanese whisky themselves (or even if they haven't) will post their own opinions. It would be great if the site were less of a monologue.