From Suntory's mountain distillery, found deep within the forests of Mount Kaikomagatake Hakushu is owned by Suntory, founders of the first Japanese distillery, Yamazaki. The original Hakushu distillery was built in 1973, with another distillery building called Hakushu Higashi (West) added in 1981.
According to world Japanese whisky expert Nonjatta, this is Suntory 1991 "Furudaru Shiage" which means "Old barrel finish" and the red characters in the middle of the label say it is filtered through bamboo charcoal. It says it has a "mild" character.
43% ABV / 75cl
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