Japanese whisky is a sweet alternative for bourbon lovers

03/14/2013 | Daily News (New York)

Japanese whisky used to be rare in the United States, but imports of the sweet spirit are on the rise as mixologists introduce it to curious bourbon-loving patrons. "It's a great introduction to single malt whisky," said Gardner Dunn, a brand ambassador for Japanese whisky-maker Suntory. "It's a little sweeter with a lot of honey notes to it."

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