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Hatozaki Finest Whisky
Hatozaki Whisky

Hatozaki Finest Whisky

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$50.00

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A premium blend of whiskies, aged up to 12 years in barrel with a minimum malt whisky content of 40%.

A wise choice for both highballs and straight pours, this product, with a minimum malt whisky content of 40%, has a delicate roundness with a rich backbone of malt whisky, offering cereal notes and a gentle sweetness. Aged for up to 12 years and created through a two-stage blending process, it is never colored or unchill-filtered.

Bottle Size: 750ml

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

    • Aroma

      Unpeated, delicate and floral. It offers a balanced feel in the mouth, with an aromatic palate and floral notes.
    • Finish

      The style is elegant and light, carrying significant depth from the malted barley.

"Delightfully Welcoming."


Origins

Elegant, smooth and easy to enjoy, our whisky enhances the pleasure of relaxing moments spent with friends, family and loved ones. From the curious amateur to the local connoisseur, Hatozaki appeals to everyone in a delightfully welcoming way.

Hatozaki was named after the oldest stone lighthouse in Japan, a symbol of safety and guidance listed as a Historical Monument. With a design strongly inspired by the delicate naturalistic art of the Edo era (1603-1868), Hatozaki also incorporates a deep respect to the whisky of Scotland, the country that pioneered the spirit.