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Hakushu | 12 Years | Japanese Whisky | 43%

Hakushu | 12 Years | Japanese Whisky | 43%

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Hakushu 12 ist ein bemerkenswerter japanischer Single Malt Whisky aus der Hakushu-Destillerie in den japanischen Alpen. Dieser besondere Whisky ist für sein frisches, krautiges und leicht rauchiges Aroma bekannt, das ihm die umgebende Natur verleiht. Das weiche, reine Wasser aus den Bergen, mit dem der Whisky hergestellt wird, verleiht ihm eine erfrischende Note, die von Whisky-Liebhabern weltweit geschätzt wird

Die Reifung in Eichenfässern verleiht dem Hakushu 12 eine angenehme Süße und eine komplexe Tiefe, die ihn zu einem ausgewogenen und dennoch spannenden Whisky machen. Die Aromen von grünem Apfel, Minze, Melone und leichtem Rauch sind prägend für das Geschmacksprofil dieses Whiskys und machen ihn zu einem einzigartigen Genuss.

Mit einem Alkoholgehalt von 43% Vol. hat der Hakushu 12 eine angenehme Stärke, die die Aromen hervorhebt, ohne überwältigend zu sein. Er ist sowohl für Whisky-Neulinge als auch für erfahrene Kenner geeignet und bietet ein einzigartiges Geschmackserlebnis, das die Frische und Reinheit der japanischen Alpen einfängt.

Basilikum, Kiefernnadel, grüner Apfel
Süße Birne, Minze, Kiwi
Grüner Tee und subtiler Rauch
Category Single Malt Whisky
Country Japan
Region Chūbu
Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content 43.0%-vol
Age 12 Jahre
Cask Type Bourbon, Sherry
Peat leicht bis mittel rauchig | lightly to medium peated
Filtration kühlgefiltert | chill-filtered
Colouring Zuckerkulör | caramel colouring
Distillery Suntory Hakushu Distillery, 2913-1 Hakushucho Torihara, Hokuto, Yamanashi 408-0316, Japan
Importer / Distributor Beam Suntory Deutschland GmbH, 
Unterschweinstiege 2-14, 60549 Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland
  • Hakushu - Japanese Whisky

    The Hakushu Distillery, founded in 1973 by Suntory, is a significant distillery in Japan known for its exceptional whiskies. Located in the foothills of Mount Kaikomagatake in Yamanashi Prefecture, it is often referred to as the "mountain forest distillery." The distillery's location amidst dense forests and pure springs gives its whiskies unique aromas and characteristics.

    Hakushu whiskies are distinguished by their fresh, herbal, and slightly smoky notes. The distillery uses the clear, soft water of the region, filtered through ancient granite rocks, which contributes to the purity and smoothness of its whiskies. These special conditions allow the Hakushu Distillery to produce single malts that are both delicate and complex.

    Some of the most important whiskies from the Hakushu Distillery include the Hakushu Distiller's Reserve, a younger whisky without an age statement that embodies the distillery's characteristic fresh and grassy notes.

    The Hakushu 12 Years Old is known for its balance of fresh, grassy notes and a light smoky note and is highly sought after by connoisseurs and collectors worldwide.

    A more mature whisky is the Hakushu 18 Years Old, which has deeper, nuttier, and smokier notes and is often aged in sherry casks for added complexity.

    Finally, there is the Hakushu 25 Years Old, a rare and highly prized release known for its deep complexity and rich aromas.

    The Hakushu Distillery uses a variety of pot stills and casks to produce a wide range of flavor profiles. The innovative use of wooden washbacks during fermentation and the selection of various cask types, including bourbon and sherry casks, contribute to the diversity of Hakushu whiskies.

    The combination of unique natural surroundings, traditional craftsmanship, and modern technology makes the Hakushu Distillery an outstanding example of the high art of Japanese whisky production.

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