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Hatozaki Pure Malt

(70cl, 46%)

Hatozaki Pure Malt

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Hatozaki Pure Malt Bottling Note

From the Kaikyo Distilley comes Hatozaki Pure Malt, made with 100% malt whiskies, including stocks distilled in Japan as well as imported malt whiskies. This one features spirits drawn from a trio of casks - bourbon, sherry and Mizunara casks. It's named after the nearby Hatozaki lighthouse, which is the oldest stone lighthouse in Japan.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Aromas of dried fruit, sweet malt, a drizzle of honey, aromatic incense and sandalwood.

Palate: Rich and complex with a good helping of malt, aromatic spices, dried fruit and toasted cereal notes, with a slightly creamy vanilla undertone.

Finish: Delicately smoky and sweet honey on the finish, with lingering cigar box.

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Hatozaki Pure Malt Reviews

Pale, smooth, honey textured

Doesn’t need water, delightfully smooth, honey textured, no harshness. My first Japanese and a real delight.

17th February 2021

Not wintertime whisky

Not so bad. Delicate, floral, toffee and berries to taste. Some sharpness can be found. When you add a splash of water, the whiskey opens up like a flower.
Perfect avec with afternoon cup of coffee.

14th January 2021

Like drinking strong white wine

This is something new, tastes very original and unique. If your looking for a new experience, this is definitely it, I'm glad I got this bottle it's certainly something every gastronaut should try, but not something I'd buy again.

For me smokiness is the thing, this has none of it. Instead it offers a fresh taste of honey citrus and grape. Really feels like drinking wine! This is definitely something to try out on the rocks or chilled.

Result is smooth, with no taste of alcohol, which is a good sign of a great whiskey.

Definitely recommended.

5th December 2020

Superb Japanese Whisky

One of my all time favourites. Will always have this stocked in the house.

5th August 2020

Another fine Japanese whiskey.

Was amazed by the clearness. What a delightful hidden gem. Fruity calm sipping whiskey this.

11th July 2020

vanilla and pear very nice

good value for money new tastes mellow and a dry paleness bit of honey and pear drops. 4 star not bad at all.

20th June 2020

Mellow with a decent taste

Great value for money, very mellow but has strong vanilla, oak and pear notes. Dry on the nose but not too much.

1st May 2020

Absolutely dire

Stomach churning. One of the worst whiskies I have ever tasted. Harsh alcohol burn, vomit inducing.

6th March 2020

Dry

Very dry and cut grass flavours. A refreshing change from some of the overly sweet offerings around d

17th February 2020

Paleness

The person complaining about paleness - we should be embracing this, not discouraging it. I would rather drink whisky that has natural colour than ones that have E150a caramel colouring added to give a false impression of age. E150a taints the flavour and can cause headaches. The only reason it's added is to make the whisky look older, but all we should really care about is how it tastes and how much it costs. If the label doesn't explicitly state that it has natural colour, then it probably doesn't.

13th December 2019

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