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Kaikyo Distillery, Hatozaki Blended Whisky

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Kaikyo Distillery, Hatozaki Blended Whisky

WHI063

£33.00

Quick Overview

On the nose it has light, sweet malty aromas alongside more cereal notes and fragrant lemongrass. Fruity notes of nectarine and banana appear. There is a grain sweetness, a touch of honey and barrel char, with more stone fruit and orange blossom. On the finish there is an oily nuttiness appears on the finish alongside more cereal notes.

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A blended whisky from the Kaikyo Distillery, the Hatozaki blend sees the marriage of both malt and grain whiskies, including whisky distilled in Japan and imported stocks. The whisky is named after the Hatozaki lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in Japan. The liquid is aged in many different cask types, including sherry, bourbon and Mizunara oak, imparting a complex flavour profile.

On the nose it has light, sweet malty aromas alongside more cereal notes and fragrant lemongrass. Fruity notes of nectarine and banana appear.  There is a grain sweetness, a touch of honey and barrel char, with more stone fruit and orange blossom. On the finish there is an oily nuttiness appears on the finish alongside more cereal notes.

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We aim to keep our vintage information up to date but the vintage displayed may not always being the vintage in stock. If you require a specific vintage please get in touch.
AllergensMay contain allergens please contact us if you require any additional information
Biodynamic No
Organic No
Natural No
Grape No
Vegan No
Oak Levels No
Vegetarian No
Vintage No
ABV No
Bottle Size 700ml
Country Japan
EW Bin Number WHI063

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