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Hakushu Distiller Reserve

Hakushu Distiller Reserve

Straight from the untouched forests, soft and crisp waters and mountains of the Southern Japanese Alps.

    Nestled deep in Mt. Kaikomagatake, Hakushu Single Malt whisky is fresh, gently smoky with yuzu, peppermint, melon, grapefruit, cucumber, and lemon thyme.

      Created by the dream for a new type of whisky by Keizo Saji, the second master blender, the unique taste made in distinct four seasons in high altitude is praised by the most curious whisky connoisseurs and lovers of gastronomy

        Detailed Description

        • Country: Japan
        • Region: Yamanashi
        • ABV: 46%
        • Cask: American Oak

        Distillery Notes

        The Hakushu Distillery was founded half a century after Yamazaki. Keizo Saji inherited his father’s vision in his quest for innovation and constructed this second Suntory distillery in 1973

        Keizo Saji, the second Master Blender, inherited his father’s quest to push the boundaries of what a Japanese whisky could be. He had searched all over Japan for high quality water that will become the most delicately aromatic to produce whisky that people would love. After searching with tenacity to the headstreams of rivers and deep into rugged mountains, he found Hakushu.

        The Hakushu Distillery is without question one of the highest distilleries in the world, built amidst the deepest forests of Mt. Kaikomagatake in the Japanese Southern Alps.

        The majestic forest that surrounds the Hakushu Distillery shelters an abundance of plant varieties reflecting the many expressions of Japanese nature. The malt whiskies born here are simultaneously blessed with a very particular microclimate, verdant forests, and water offering a rare softness and purity, only made possible by filtration of rain and snow through thousand-year-old granite rocks.

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