$10 Craft Cocktails
Shun-Sational Old Fashioned
Wild Turkey, Plum Wine Syrup, Angostura Bitters
Toki Japanese Whiskey, Soda Water, Lemon Peel
Tito’s, Midori Lemon, Lime Juice, Ginger Beer
Suntory Haku, Vodka, Ichiko Shochu Silhouette, Green Tea Syrup, Lemon
Mio Sparkling Sake topped with Orange Juice
Ichiko Shochu Silhouette, Lemon Juice, Fever Tree Sparkling Grapefruit, Burnt Rosemary
Kirin/Sapporo - $5.75
$12 Daruma Cup Sake
$12 Kirinzan Cup Sake
$15.75 Mio Sparkling
$35 SHO Ginjo Nigori
$5.75 Small / $9.75 Large Hot Sake
$12 Amabuki Sunflower or Strawberry
$7.5 Steamies Dumplings
$7/$11.75 Indomitable Chicken Wings (5 or 10)
Hakushu 12 Year Single Malt - $29
This wonderful peated Japanese single malt whisky hails from Hakushu distillery, owned by Suntory. The distillery resides in the forests of Mt. Kaikomagatake, with the original Hakushu distillery built in 1973.
Yamazaki 12 Year Single Malt - $29
Yamazaki is Suntory’s flagship single malt whisky, from Japan’s first and oldest malt distillery. This 12 year old first came onto the market in 1984 and was the first seriously marketed Japanese single malt whisky. Since then, it has acquired something of a cult following, and for good reason! A wonderfully elegant and smooth single malt that’s certainly not lacking in flavor.
Hibiki Harmony - $23
Harmony – a rather apt word to describe this well-balanced Japanese blended whisky from the Hibiki range. Hibiki Japanese Harmony is made with malt whiskies from the Yamazaki and Hakushu distilleries, as well as grain whisky from the Chita distillery. The whiskies are drawn from 5 different types of cask, including American white oak casks, Sherry casks, and Mizunara oak casks. The blend itself was crafted by the Suntory Whisky blending team, led by Master Blender Shingo Torii. An elegant expression, with wafts of honey, orange, a herbaceous touch or two, and light oak.
Nikka Miyagikyo - $16
Replacing the previous NAS Miyagiko single malt as well as the remaining age statement expressions, this single release will represent the distillery going forward as demand for Japanese whisky remains as strong as ever. The new single malt is said to be made with whiskies spanning various ages (hinting at the inclusion of older whiskies than the previous NAS release) with classic delicate, floral character and primarily ex-Sherry casks used for maturation.
Nikka Yoichi - $16
The latest Yoichi single malt will replace both the previous NAS release and the remaining age statement whiskies. The change comes as demand continues to stretch Nikka’s aged stock, with the new Yoichi Single Malt (made of whiskies of various ages) aimed at representing this special distillery’s direct-coal-heated, peated yet fruity style.
Nikka Taketsuru - $15
A non-age-statement expression of Nikka Taketsuru Pure Malt whisky, named after the company’s founder, Masataka Taketsuru. It features plenty of whisky from the Miyagikyo distillery, as well as percentage of malt matured in sherry casks to give it a rich, spiced nose.
Nikka Coffey Grain - $14
Using the two Coffey stills at the Miyagikyo distillery, which were imported from Scotland to Japan in 1963, Nikka has produced a number of single cask single grain whiskies from time to time over the years. This, however, is their larger release of wonderfully exotic single grain whisky.
Nikka Coffey Malt - $16
Using the two Coffey stills at the Miyagikyo distillery, which were imported from Scotland to Japan in 1963, Nikka has produced a number of single cask single grain whiskies from time to time over the years. This, however, is their larger release of wonderfully exotic single malt whisky, made with barley but not distilled in a pot still, resulting in extraordinary flavors and texture.
Sensei - $9
Sensei Whiskey is a blended Japanese Whiskey that showcases sweet notes of oak and slight caramel flavors, which are followed by light spice throughout the palate. The finish is long and smooth.
Suntory Toki - $9
A blended whisky from Suntory’s three distilleries: Yamazaki, Hakushu, and Chita. Toki has a different composition to another Suntory blend, Hibiki, as its main components are Hakushu single malt and Chita grain whisky.