Japanese Whisky reclaims World’s Best Single Malt title and other accolades
This year sees Japanese Whisky reclaiming the title of World’s Best Single Malt
A normal gala for the World Whisky Awards will normally involve a fancy dinner with scrumptious food and delightful booze, and all being pretty much understandable, however this year, due to Covid-19 spread, things were meant to be different, however as exciting a all the times before.
A dinner gala was swapped for a live social media feed on Facebook and Twitter to announce the best whiskies and its new Whisky Hall of Fame members.
World’s Best Single Malt: Hakushu Single Malt 25-Year-Old
A Japanese whisky is not surprising again awarded world’s best single malt, with this particular release taking back the crown it already won in 2018.
World’s Best Blended Limited Release: Chichibu Ichiro’s Malt Japanese Blended Whisky Limited Edition 2020
Good luck getting the chance to grab of a bottle of any of these whiskies as it has been almost impossible in recent days, this month has also seen Sotheby’s selling the most Valuable bottle of Japanese Whisky for $435,273, nice !