Hakushu Japanese Single Malt Whisky

Rare and selected Hakushu Japanese Single Malt Whisky

The Hakushu distillery is a figurehead of Japanese whisky Arts is undoubtedly one of the highest in the world and is located about 120 km west of Tokyo in the woods of Kaikomagatake Mountain in the southern Japanese Alps and was once the largest malt distillery of the World. Here can be produced annually with 24 stills up to 26 million liters. The distillery was founded in 1973 and extended in 1981 by another production building with 12 pot stills. Today only operates one of the nursing homes, but the principle of diversity one remained faithful. Nowhere else is there a comparable range of shapes and sizes of pot stills. For the filling of Hakushu imported malt from Scotland and Ireland is used. The special climate, lush forests, the water - its clarity and purity old granite is achieved by millennia only by filtration of rain and melt water - all this affects the produced here, special malt whiskys. Hakushu is adjacent to the famous Yamazaki and Hibiki Distillery third distillery Suntory Bowmore Group and produced a world highly valued Single Malt Whisky. So the excellent work of Yamazaki distillery in 2015 was honored with the accolade by the world-renowned whiskey expert Jim Murray: For the first time a renowned British expert has awarded the award for the world s finest whisky to Japan. The single malt whisky from Hakushu now count among connoisseurs and lovers as the rare bottlings of Karuizawa, Kawasaki and Hanyu with the popular Japanese single malt whiskys.

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