This Japanese high ABV packaging from Kirin was propelled in March 2016. The mix highlights medium and substantial sort grain whiskies joined with a minor peated malt segment. Boss blender, Jota Tanaka additionally chose to bottle this non-chill separated and at half. As indicated by Nonjatta, “The new ‘Fujisanroku 50°C’ is the first for the most part and forever accessible, section level NC Japanese mixed whisky that isn’t chill-separated. A strong move yet one that, we are certain, will satisfy. It beyond any doubt improves the situation us consumers… the primary taste you take, you know!”
Practically obscure outside of Japan, Fuji Sanroku which signifies “at the foot of Mount Fuji”, is delivered in Fuji Gotemba refinery, opened in 1973 and claimed by the Kirin Group. As notable areas go, it’s difficult to beat this present refinery’s pleasant environ. The water source is rain and dissolved snow from the highest point of Mount Fuji. Development ordinarily happens in x-Bourbon barrels. While the attention is on grain whisky, an amount of malt whisky is likewise delivered and advertised under different names (Gotemba and Sanroku), just as making up a part of the Kirin mixed whiskies.
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