Chichibu 2011 Single Pinot Noir Cask #5028 / The Whiskey House
Chichibu distillery in Saitama, Japan was opened in 2008, and was the country’s first new distillery since Suntory opened Hakushu back in 1973. Chichibu was the brainchild of Ichiro Akuto, grandson of the founder of the legendary Hanyu distillery. The Ichiro’s Malt brand appeared in 2005 and rose to fame through the bottling of the last casks from Hanyu, particularly the sought after ‘Card’ series. The first Chichibu releases appeared under it in 2011.
This was an exclusive single cask bottling of Chichibu for The Whisky House duty free stores. Distilled in 2011 and bottled in September 2018 from Pinot Noir wine cask #5028.
One of 194 bottles.
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