Delivery charges vary depending on your delivery location.
- Melbourne metropolitan $9.00
- Rest of Australia $19.00
Shipping Time Estimates
Orders to all Australian Metropolitan cities (excluding Perth and Darwin) are usually delivered in 2-5 business days. Orders to Perth, Darwin and other Regional area are usually delivered within 10 business days.
We have one of Australia's biggest range of over 1500 single malt whiskies, blended whiskies, bourbons, gins, vodkas, rums, tequilas, brandy, cognacs beers, wines and all kind of liquors.
We specialise in whiskies from Scotland, Japan, Ireland, Israel, India, USA, Australia, Taiwan etc.
Also in our range are most sought after and extremely hard to get collectable bottles from all over the world, they are extremely popular and sell very well.
- You will be responsible for the cost and risk of returning goods, including the cost of return shipping, and safe and protective packaging to avoid breakage in transit. If the item is not received, you will not be eligible for a credit or exchange. We strongly recommend you insure high-value items that you return for change of mind and opt for additional tracking with signature upon delivery.
- You may be provided with a product exchange, refund or credit only when the returned product is received, unbroken and in a condition for resale.
- If the returned item does not meet the conditions of this policy, you will be responsible for the cost of receiving your returned goods back to your nominated address.
We cannot accept change of mind returns on items that come in sealed packages or boxes where seals are damaged or broken.
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Whisky is big business in Japan with Scotch whisky being especially popular, yet with their own history of brewing and sake production, it's only logical that the Japanese are now making whisky too. What began as a conscious imitation of Scotch, now has a style all of its own, and since commercial production began in the early 20th century, the quality has been steadily improving.
Today, most of the malt whisky produced in Japan is for blending but Japanese distillers generally don't trade casks in the manner that Scottish distillers do. Consequently, it's up to each distillery to produce a diversity of styles that will form the base components of 'house blends' that offer unique and complex flavour profiles. Some Japanese blends will even include a percentage of Scotch whisky, rather than whisky from rival local distillers. This jealous reluctance to exchange is considered one of the major obstacles holding the industry back from the prominence it deserves: In a number of blind tastings recently organised by Whisky Magazine, which have included Japanese single malts in the lineup along with malts from distilleries considered to be among the best in Scotland, on more than one occasion, the results have had Japanese single malts scoring higher than their Scotch counterparts.
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