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  • Miyagikyo
  • Nikka
  • HAkushu
  • Hibiki
  • Suntory Japanese...

    Suntory Japanese Single Malt Whiskey. The Suntory group has become a sprawling distribution group in the world of wines, spirits, soft drinks and water, which has among others Château Lagrange in Saint-Julien. Suntory also owns 2 distilleries in Japan, Hakusu and Yamazaki. It is from the production of these different but very complementary distilleries that Suntory offers a wide range of Blended Whiskeys including the famous HIBIKI.

    Suntory Whiskey was voted the distiller of the year by the jury of the International Spirit Challenge ISC. The story of Suntory began in 1899 with a wine and spirits business led by Mr. Shinjiro Torii, who decided to create in the 1920s the first Japanese whiskey. He hires Mr Masataka Taketsuru (who will be the founder of the Nikka group) who has just returned from Scotland and where he learned the art of whiskey. Shinjiro Torii started in 1923 the construction of Yamazaki, its first distillery not far from Kyoto. A second Hakushu distillery will be built in 1973. The Blend Hibiki range was born in 1989.

  • Togouchi
  • Tokinoka
  • Yamazaki

    The Yamazaki Distillery is the oldest whiskey distillery in Japan. It was born under the leadership of Mr. Shinjiro Torii (founder of the Suntory group) in 1923 in the city of Shimamoto near Osaka. The Suntory group at the time used another huge name for Japanese whiskey, Mr Masatka Taketsuru, who later founded the Nikka group. Yamazaki single malts are still the single most sold single malts in Japan. We do not get tired of its different versions in 10 years, 12 years, 18 years and distiller's reserve. The classic style of Yamazaki is expressed around the aromas of Toffee, almonds, cinnamon and cloves.
    The location of the distillery has been carefully chosen to reproduce the climatic conditions of the Highlands in Scotland. The distillery has a collection of yeasts that give their particularity to the 6 varieties of malted barley that Yamazaki imports from Scotland. The light peat notes come from some barley that was dried on peat fire in Scotland during malting.

  • Yoichi
  • Kirin Group Whisky...
  • Fuji Gotemba...
  • Miyashita Distillerie...
  • Kurayoshi Japanese...

    Kurayoshi Japanese Whiskey Distillery for Matsui whiskey

  • Chita Whisky Japonais
  • Toki Whisky Japonais
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