Three Rivers is a Japanese independent bottler that imports the best Scotch that they can get their hands on before bottling and releasing it to the Japanese market.

The fact that nearly all Three Rivers whiskies are released only in Japan makes them incredibly rare and tough to get your hands on. Fortunately we have a fantastic sourcing team here at Whisky Foundation so we can get our hands on these whiskies and make them available to the world.

Three Rivers whiskies can often be easily identified by their artistic labels that feature hand-drawn animals.

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This beautiful Ardmore 21 Year Old was distilled in 1997 and matured in a hogshead cask before being bottled by Three Rivers and The Auld Alliance in 2018. It brings a range of sweet, rich and fruity aromas and flavours to your nose and palate that result in a memorable drinking experience. As a single […]

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Released specifically for the Whisky Lover Nagoya festival in Japan.
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An interesting Mannochmore 27 Year Old by Three Rivers indie bottling company. If you've not heard of the distillery before, don't worry, not many have. It's a small operation close to Elgin in Speyside that runs on steam (really classy!). They don't produce a whole lot of spirit every year so getting your hands on a 27 Year Old is a real coup.

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