Hakushu - 12 Year Old

Hakushu

12 Year Old

£175.00
70cl / 43%

This 12 year old single malt Japanese whisky is from Hakushu, part of the Suntory group. This age statement was discontinued in 2018.

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RegionJapan

Distillery StatusOperational

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength43%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


The Hakushu distillery is owned by the Suntory group, and situated in the Toribara locality of the former town of Hakushu, in the Yamanashi Prefecture, Chubu region, Japan.

The distillery was established in 1973, in the forest on the slopes of Mount Kaikoma. In 1981, it was expanded by the commissioning of a second, Hakushu East, site, near the original site, now called Hakushu West. All production is now focused on the new site.

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