Iwai Japanese Whisky

Kiichiro Iwai , the name sake for this Mars Whisky, was a silent pioneer in the last century of Japan Whisky. This whisky is inspired by great whiskies of America. A majority of corn balanced with light malt aged in ex-bourbon barrels. Ideal for daily sipping, in a mint julep or an old-fashioned

Tasting Notes : Sweet with fruit flavours like pear, quince and hints of red fruits and vanilla

40.0% ABV; 750ML

Iwai Tradition Japanese Whisky

This malt driven spirit is truly a reflection of comtemporary Japanese Whisky. Incredibly soft, balanced and layered. A blending of sherry & bourbon with delicate hints of peat made for a harmonious whisky that would make Iwai-San proud.

Tasting Notes : Ripe cherry , honey toffee with a beautiful ginger spice

40.0% ABV; 750ML

Iwai Tradition Wine Cask Finish

The Iwai Tradition whisky matured in wine barrels for additional 12 months before bottling.

Colour : Clear Amber
Nose : Tannin, Dry Fruits, Woody
Palate : Creamy, Fruity, Malty
Finish : Pleasant smooth finish with tannin

39.0% ABV; 750ML

Mars Maltage Cosmo

Cosmo is named after the Cosmo Mountain near where Shinshu Mars Distillery is located. Cosmo batted different types of malt whisky to produce the best complexity and depth in taste.

Nose : Mild, honey, Soft
Palate : Rich, caramel, slightly smoky flavour
Finish : Mild & Pleasant

43.0% ABV; 700ML

Mars Komagatake Single Malt Whisky – Nature of Shinshu Series

1st Release - Rindo
2nd Release - Cherry Bossom
3rd Release - Shinano Tanpopo

Limited Release once per year.

Mars Japanese Gin – Wa Bi Gin

WA BI Gin is a gin expressing the traditional technique of making distilled spirit and nature in Kagoshima.

There are 9 botanicals which are nurtured by diverse natural environment and harvested in various parts of Kagoshima. For the core juniper berry, it is distilled and blended by distillery own manufacturing method.
Botanical materials : Juniper berry, Yuzu, Green tea leaf, Lemon, Hetsuka bitter orange, Saigon cinnamon leaf, kumquat, shell ginger & perilla.