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Aldi launches Their First Ever Japanese Whisky, for Just €29.99!

Whisky lovers rejoice, as Aldi Ireland introduces it's first ever Japanese Whisky to stores nationwide for just €29.99, the perfect antidote to the colder evenings as winter sets in.

Going on sale on October 4th, Aldi customers and whisky connoisseurs will be able to get their hands on one of the most sought-after types of Japanese whisky, at a fraction of the price. Matured in Japan, Kyasuku Japanese Whisky is finished in Mizunara casks, which introduce exotic notes of orange, ginger, dried apricot, cinnamon, nuts and vanilla to this premium tipple.

Mizunara is a species of oak tree native to Japan. When the Second World War squeezed the Japanese import market, the nation's whisky industry was forced to fashion mizunara wood into casks to age their spirits.

Held in highest regards by whisky experts the world over, with Kyasuku Japanese Whisky going on shelves nationwide, whisky buffs and novices alike can add a splash of sophistication to their beverage collections this autumn. A glass of Japanese whisky by the fire, what could be better?

The Kyasuku Japanese Whisky is on sale across all 148 Aldi stores nationwide 4th October and is available while stocks last, snap it up while you can!

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