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This whiskey is matured by Ichiro Akuto founder of Chichibu Distillery.
He travels to find cask to perfect his product in addition to his Hanya single malt and Chichibu single malt.
This is Non-Chill-filtered, Non-Coloured.


This unusual whiskey takes advantage of Japan's relatively lax regulations for bottling "Japanese Whisky." In Japan, any whiskey aged in Japan can be bottled as Japanese Whisky. Chichibu's owner and master distiller Ichiro Akuto travels the world acquiring barrels from every whiskey-producing nation. Those are shipped to his rack houses at Chichibu and aged for many years. He then makes a proprietary blend of the international whiskeys and his own single malt and bottles it under the Chichibu "White Label". This special All-World blend consists of whiskeys from Scotland, Ireland, Canada, and the United States all aged and blended at the Chichibu distillery in Saitama Prefecture. Ichiro san built the distillery in 2008 after making waves on the whiskey scene selling stock from his families previous distillery under the now-famous Hanyu Card Series line. Using the proceeds from the sale of those casks to build a traditional single malt distillery, he is now making some of the finest pot stilled whiskey anywhere in the world. The whiskeys in this blend are aged between 4-8 years, but the quality of the wood and the blending results in a whiskey that drinks at a much higher level. No one does it like Ichiro san. One of Japan's very best.

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