Established in 1625, Toa Shuzo, a venerable Japanese sake maker, ventured into whisky in 1946. Pioneering craft whisky in Japan, it thrived as Hany Distillery from the mid-1980s until 2000. Despite challenges, their dedication to whisky endured, leading to a triumphant return to sales in 2016. In 2020, Hany Distillery rekindled, promising a resurgence of exceptional whiskies. Embrace the legacy and anticipate the unfolding chapters of fine Japanese spirits.
Golden Horse Bushu
Blended with Scottish and matured in oak barrels for 3 years. Golden Horse Bushu provides a mild flavor fluffy sweet fragrance.
Alcohol percentage: 43%