Karuizawa with Geisha labels, as an homage to these Japanese young girls / artists who are professionals in music, singing, dancing and social networking. Geisha are well respected in Japan and seen as safeguards to Japanese traditional art.
Karuizawa was a small distillery, it was known for producing top-notch whisky in Japan.
There is no shortage of thawing snow at Mount Asama and the chilly climate provided an excellent location for whiskey making. The whiskey was stored in small barrels, and the distillery used small pots for distillation. The storehouse of Karuizawa was also covered in ivy, which is said to assist in keeping the temperature and humidity at exactly the right levels for producing good whisky. Though the distillery was already closed down, there won’t be any more Karuizawa bottles in the future making each and every one more valuable.
A very brown colour –
Nose: Lots of different berries. Dark chocolate. Tobacco leaves and cigar boxes.
A heavyweight, high strength Karuizawa that’s very condensed as well. Intriguing with a highly rewarding nose.
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