£37.00
A premium blend of whiskies aged up to 12 years in barrel with a minimum malt whisky content of 40%. A wise choice for both...
£49.00
Aged for several years in ex bourbon casks, ex sherry casks and Japanese Mizunara casks from the Hokkaido and Tohuku forests, this whisky carries a...

The Yonezawa family moved to Akashi City in 1856. After mastering the art of sake brewing, the family began distilling in 1917. A century later, Kimio Yonezawa, the house’s master blender and distiller, is honouring his heritage and the 100th anniversary of his family’s business by creating the Kaikyō Distillery, which takes its name from a nearby suspended bridge.

Hatozaki was named after the oldest stone lighthouse in Japan, a symbol of safety and guidance listed as a Historical Monument. With a design strongly inspired by the delicate naturalistic art of the Edo era (1603 – 1868), Hatozaki also incorporates a deep respect to the whisky of Scotland, the country that pioneered the spirit.