A Japanese Affair in the Heart of London

There are few things as precious as a rare Japanese whisky. Laced with the exoticism of the far east and aged to perfection, some Japanese whiskies are a gem worth saving for posterity…or your next visit to the bar.

Now imagine dining at your favourite Japanese restaurant, perched in the middle of one of London’s swankiest neighbourhoods, and being able to purchase your own bottle of rare and limited import Japanese whisky that you can keep behind the bar to enjoy upon each visit to the restaurant. ROKA Mayfair’s Whisky Journey lets you do just that.

ROKA has carefully curated a menu of the most premium and exceptional Japanese whiskies. The unique bottles range from the Hakushu Sherry Cask, 2012; which is a limited-edition release. This bottle has been matured in sherry casks and is limited to only 3,000 bottles; whereas the ultra-premium Yazamaki Mizunara Cask, 1979; has been matured for 29 years in rare Japanese Mizunara oak cask, and is one of just 294 bottles. ROKA’s ‘Whisky Journey’ will showcase some of the rarest of Japanese whiskies, complementing the stunning cuisine available at ROKA Mayfair.

ROKA Mayfair's rare selection of Japanese Whiskies
ROKA Mayfair’s rare selection of Japanese Whiskies

That’s not all though. Apart from allowing whisky connoisseurs to sample some of the finest and rarest Japanese whiskies, ROKA also customises each individual bottle with a hand-embossed leather label and a personalised metal name tag. For each owner, every time they visit ROKA Mayfair, the bar team will be on hand to serve the whisky of choice with carved ice and water as per personal preference.

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If you’re looking for a premium Japanese dining experience, paired with only the choicest of drams, you know where to make reservations.

 

ROKA Mayfair is located at 30 N Audley St, London, W1K 6HP.

Make your reservations for ROKA Mayfair’s Whisky Journey here.

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