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Tenjaku Whisky
Tenjaku

Tenjaku Whisky

Regular price
$45.00
Sale price
$45.00

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Every bottle of Tenjaku Whisky is a gif from the land that surrounds Mount Fuji. It is created in the city of Fuefuki which is located in the eastern part of the Kofu Basin in the Yamanashi district. The heart of this well balanced whisky is made with famed natural spring water from the Misaka mountain range which lends to its minerality. It is extracted from 250 meters below the surface and is filtered through porous volcanic rock. Tenjaku is the Japanese characters for the Skylark (Hibari) songbird.

Bottle Size: 750ml

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • Color

    Clear Amber
  • Nose

    Faint, smoky accent. Sweet aroma, redolent of pear and dried fruit.
  • Palate

    A Slightly edgy attack. Well-rounded and mellow.
  • Finish

    Slightly spicy. A long finish with a hint of white oak and a spreading sweetness.

“Be generous with time for your craft.” - Kenji Watanabe


Origins

Tenjaku is created in the city of Fuefuki, located in the eastern part of the Kofu Basin in Yamanashi Prefecture. This fertile land encircled by soaring peaks, with the Chichibu mountains rising to the north and the Misaka range to the south, is renowned as Japan's top peach and grape producing region. Looking towards Mt. Fuji and the Southern Alps, it is a place blessed with boundless nature, with verdant forests, beautiful orchards, hot springs, and crystal clear streams.