Kanosuke New Born 8 months

New Malt - 58% - 20 cl

Rarely mentioned, patience is a key word in the spirit world. And yet, you will have to wait a few months to taste the first whiskies from the Kanosuke distillery

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Rarely mentioned, patience is a key word in the spirit world. And yet, you will have to wait a few months to taste the first whiskies from the Kanosuke distillery. Rest assured, we still thought of you !

This Kanosuke New Born Single Malt, by definition, is the juice that comes out of the still then aged for 8 months in white oak barrels before used for maturing shochu. It must be said that beyond its very refreshing profile, sublime fruit aromas already exist.

Delicately presented in a small 20cl bottle, this young nectar full of promise is a guarantee of quality for future innovations ! Can you be patient ?

Product limited to 2 bottles per order.

Détails

Details Kanosuke New Born 8 months

Type

New Malt

Producer

Komasa Jyozo

Distillery

Kanosuke

Region

Kyushu - Kagoshima

Age

8 months

Strength

58%

Dilution

Cask Strength

Volume

20 cl

Vintage

2018

Type of Cask

Shochu

Bottling

Small Batch

Peat

No peated

Packaging

Bottle only

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The distillery

The distillery Kanosuke

Opened in 2018, Kanosuke Distillery was founded by Komasa Jyozo who has been producing traditional spirits such as shochu since 1883.


Located in Kagoshima Prefecture on the coastline along the famous Fukiagehama Beach, Kanosuke Distillery enjoys a rather mild oceanic climate with rarely negative temperatures in winter.

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Japanese whisky

Japanese whisky

Made of whiskies exclusively distilled, aged and bottled in Japan.

Yellow fruits

Yellow fruits

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Citrus

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Cereals

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