Hanyu - Ichiro's Malt Eight Of Diamonds (1991) Single Cask #9302
Hanyu - Ichiro's Malt Eight Of Diamonds (1991) Single Cask #9302

Hanyu

Ichiro's Malt Eight Of Diamonds (1991) Single Cask #9302

£26,500.00
70cl / 57.1%

From the rare and sought after Ichiro's "Card Series" from Hanyu distillery in Japan, the "Eight Of Diamonds" bottling was distilled in 1991 and bottled in 2009. Originally matured in a hogshead before being finished in a Spanish Oloroso sherry butt (Cask #9302). 

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RegionJapan

Distillery StatusClosed

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength57.1%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Hanyu distillery was owned by Toa-Shuzo in Saitama prefecture, north of Tokyo. It stopped distilling in 2000, and their stock was handed over to Ichiro Akuto, the grandson of the founder, who established a new company called Venture Whisky. The last remaining stocks of Hanyu whisky can sometimes be found in the market today, sold under the “Ichiro’s Malt” label.

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