"Ten Shi" whisky is produced in Japan's very rare Mizunara casks, mizunara (mizu means water in Japanese), which is mainly grown in Hokkaido in Japan. It takes 200 years or more for a Mizunara to fully grow. Long. The average price of a Mizunara cask is USD 60,000
Japan strictly restricts the felling of Mizunara trees under 80 years old, which makes the supply of Mizunara trees very limited. Suntory currently only produces 100 Mizunara barrels per year. In addition, because of the general Mizutara barrel whisky, it has won some awards and many hobbies in recent years. Investors' pursuit of high-end Japanese whisky has kept the price of Mizunarama cask whisky high.
The 50-year-old Distillery "Ten Shi" is located on the beautiful slopes of Sado Island in the central region of Japan, Niigata Prefecture. This area is famous for its snow-capped mountains and pure water. In winter, snow accumulates on the top of the mountain until the temperature warms up and then gradually melts and A river flowing through Niigata Prefecture. The same water is used by the distillery to give Ten Serve whiskies their unique taste.
The Blended Malt blended whisky released by Ten Pai this time fully reflects the brand's unwavering and rich spirit of the ancient Japanese samurai
Opening the whisky bottle, Mizunara is fragrant, and you have already enjoyed an olfactory enjoyment before drinking it.
The entry is heavy with clove spice and citrus honey, summer hay and floral freshness, but the warm feeling lingers in the throat for a long time.