Now I generally think Japanese Whisky is a rip-off but this one is at least bottled at 46%, unchillfiltered and natural colour.
15% subscribe and save discount brings the price down to a respectable £32.47.
"A premium vatting of 100% malt whisky aged in a combination of Bourbon, Sherry and Mizunara oak casks, bottled at 46% abv
Rich and sweet, packed with malty cereal notes, dried fruit, a light touch of smoke and lingering honey on the finish.
Drink neat or over ice, but can also be mixed in a highball, or as the base of cocktails
Named after the Hatozaki lighthouse in Akashi harbour, which is the oldest stone lighthouse in Japan. Its rich history and symbolism inspired the name for our whisky
All Hatozaki whiskies are the result of a twofold blending process. This two-fold process allows for the complexity and balance so prized in Japanese blended whiskies.
The colour of the Hatozaki liquids is natural, without any artificial colouring such as caramel and without any chill filtration."