Hakushu Distillers Reserve Whisky
Straight from the untouched forests, mountains and pure waters of the Southern Japanese Alps, it is no wonder that Hakushu® is a "green and fresh" whisky, praised by the most curious whisky connoisseurs and lovers of gastronomy. Its crisp and vibrant feel, unique in a single malt whisky, enlivens and liberates your senses.
Hakushu Distillers Reserve Whisky Tasting Notes
Quite herbaceous. Green fruit, mint, cucumber, pine, grassy, spearmint. Just loads of green fruit in this one.
Light, delicate, refreshing and some subtle smoke.
Mint, cucumber, green fruit, grapefruit and just a touch of smoke at the back.
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