With a Touch of Literary Piece
The first Japanese whiskey claiming a crown owes its success to the boom in climate and water use, special barrels and enthusiastic awareness of the Japanese climate.
"Nearly indescribable genius"In the cavernous cellar of Yamazaki, it releases 2,000 barrels of this astonishing liquor, giving a heady scent as the whiskey ripens, barrels breathe as the season's change, creating the aroma that Murray described as an "almost indescribable genius"
„Horúce letá vytvárajú zložitú, hlbokú vôňu,“ hovorí Shinji Fukuyo, hlavný mixér spoločnosti Beam Suntory, ktorý vlastní Yamazaki.The water of the distillery from the wells of the nearby town is valued for its mineral content and softness. The ripening occurs in hard-to-reach sherry barrels, specially made from oak in northern Spain. This unique combination gives Yamazaki whiskey its unmistakable flavor.