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Bouquet, taste and finish of a Suntory Yamazaki whisky matured in wooden barrels prepare special culinary delights. The aroma of vanilla, honey and dried fruits is already promising. The mild taste of this variety of aromas has a soft, dry character with an oriental touch. With the 43 percent Suntory Yamazaki Whisky from the country of origin Japan, indulge your family, friends and guests alike. The label with Japanese characters on a bottle in stylish packaging is an exquisite gift for various occasions. Give a mouthful of single malt whisky for connoisseurs!Continue reading.
Aroma and maturity
Through years of aging in wooden barrels, Suntory Yamazaki whisky becomes an unmistakable taste experience. The three different oak barrels come from America, Spain and Japan and give the whisky the special award. The single malt whisky already convinces with its aroma. The fine wood note is accompanied by the pleasant scent of vanilla. Dried fruits from apple, oranges and dates add to the taste. The interesting honey aroma ensures the slight sweetness. Whether in a cozy round in the familiar circle or after a business lunch: The Suntory Yamazaki Whisky surprises with a very delicate and refined taste.
Whisky pure, on ice or as a cocktail
Country of origin of the culinary highlights is Japan. At the foot of the mountain Tennozan in the valley of the Yamazaki on the beautiful island Honshu lies the birthplace of the whisky. In 1923, the whisky was first produced in this idyll. In an attractive 0.7 liter bottle with screw cap, the single malt is also suitable as a personal gift to lovers. The Suntory Yamazaki whisky is a tasty alternative to the commercial Scottish or American variety. Enjoy the whisky, on ice, in the whisky sour or a Manhattan - the classic whisky cocktails. A convincing bottling of high quality awaits you.
Quality in the glass
The particularly soft, dry character with the oriental touch gives the Suntory Yamazaki whisky its mouthfeel. The alcohol content is 43%. Served at room temperature, the whisky unfolds its full aroma. The high quality is undisputed. The Malt Whisky, made exclusively from malted barley in a distillery, is in great demand among connoisseurs. Matured in oak barrels for twelve years, the Japanese brand has a well-rounded draft. That's the opinion of experts. Try it yourself!
The Yamazaki Distillery was founded in 1923 by Shinjiro Torii between the Osaka and Kyoto sites in the Yamazaki Valley. The manager of the distillery was Masataka Taketsuru who had left Yamazaki in 1934 and founded his own distillery NIKKA.
In 1950, the Suntory Old was introduced to the market, which is still the most popular whisky in Japan.
In 1984, the first single malt of Yamazaki comes on the market.
In 1987, we completely renovated the distillery and reopened it in 1989. More Yamazaki single malts will follow in the next few years like the Yamazaki Singel Malt 18 Years, 50 Years and 10 Years.
Yamazaki produces single malts as well as blends of the brand Hibiki with malt that is purchased worldwide and the water from the company's own well.
Technical information about the distillery Yamazaki:
- Mash tuns: 1x 18 tons and 1x 4 tons of cedar (Oregon pine)
- Garbers: 8x 40,000 liters of cedar (Oregon pine), 10x 50,000 liters of stainless steel
- Stills: 6 "Wash Still" with 10,000 to 15,000 liters capacity and 6 "Spirit Still" with 4,000 to 12,000 liters of capacity that are heated with steam
- Annual burning capacity: 3.5 million liters of alcohol
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