Varietal: Japanese Whisky Liquor Style: Blended Whisky Alcohol Volume: 40.0% Standard Drinks: 22.0 Brand Name: Suntory
Spirits are alcoholic drinks that are made by distilling agricultural raw materials (grapes, grains, nuts and dried fruit, beetroot, sugar cane, fruit, etc.). These products include brandy, whisky, rum, gin, vodka, or liqueurs, among others.
Scotch Whisky is the national drink with a long history. Historians cant precisely define whether Scotland which has proclaimed whisky the property was the whisky homeland, but one is absolutely clear, the process of distillation of whisky has been used in Scotland for the first time. As main ingredients, barley and corn are used in Scotch Whisky. Scots have replaced an initial basis of whisky grapes with grain crops. According to the Scottish legislation, distillation and aging of local whisky can be carried out in the territory of the country only, and bottling of it is allowed outside Scotland, it is a basis of constancy of quality of Scotch Whisky. Sales of Blended Scotch Whisky make about 90% of sales of all whisky and it is quite explainable. This type of whisky assumes mixing of malt and grain spirits. The price of the Blended Scotch Whisky entirely depends on percentage of a malt component. The higher it is the better it tastes, and the higher is the price. The most widespread is the blended whisky of the class standard blendâ?� with content of malt spirits within 10-15%
Canadian whisky is relatively young drink. Production of the Canadian whisky, as well as the American bourbon, has been started by European immigrants. It should be noted that production of the Canadian whisky reached the existing volumes thanks to the 13-year â??dryâ?� law in America. The production of the Canadian whisky grew more than by 100 times during this period and reached the amounts frightening the Canadian government with respect thereto the Canadian authorities raised taxes on its production to scandalous 80%. Production of the Canadian whisky has a number of the features regulated by the law. The Canadian whisky shall consist of the grain, grown-up in the territory of Canada only and 9% of it can consist of import components. The Canadian whisky must be aged for at least three years and in oak barrels only, but unlike bourbon the barrel can be not new. The most widespread type of the Canadian whisky as it is not trivial, the blended whisky.
Rum is a fine strong alcoholic drink that is distilled from treacle of a sugar cane. It gained the popularity not accidentally it has absolutely not characteristic sweetness for so strong drink. Historical records about production of rum originate to Ancient India, but production reached industrial rate 17th century only. There is uncountable number of versions of an origin of the word rum, but none of them got the unique status. There are many types of rum by production type or color, and it can both be aged before bottling or spread right after distillation. But the one thing stays the same it is distilled from a cane sugar.
Cachaca the national Brazilian spirit drink received by distillation of extract of a sugar cane. The production of this drink is very similar to rum production therefore it is possible to call these two drinks relatives. There are two types of a cachaca handicraft and industrial. The handicraft cachaca is actually moonshine made by locals in villages and respectively not delivered on external wounds. Though cachaca is the drink made with strict observance of all standards. The regular cachaca is not aged, but sometimes it is aged in wooden barrels before bottling, for about half a year and up to three years. According to the law cachaca can be called aged if more than 50% of it is aged for at least one year. Traditionally Brazilians drink pure cahaca. And it is widely used in cocktails.
The tequila called Gold is the Silver tequila tinted by dye and flavored with aromatic additives. Process of preparation of the Gold tequila is simple to the Silver tequila that is tinted after distillation. Tequila silver ( or blanco)- a transparent colorless kind of drink. It is bottled right after distillation, without any ageing. After double distillation the tequila is absolutely transparent, it is diluted with water to the required strength.
Today vodka is the water solution of the rectified ethyl alcohol from food raw materials with the corrected water. But in the 19th century vodka was made by distillation, as well as moonshine, whisky, rum and tequila. At the end of the 19th century the word Vodka became the trade term. With development of the industry in the 19th century, it was required to increase production of net ethyl alcohol for requirements of medicine, the chemical and perfumery industry. At that time the devices capable to produce alcohol with a strength up to 96% with high extent of cleaning were created. So the first rectifying colons appeared. Generally alcohol for vodka is made from grain raw materials, in Poland and Germany a basis for production of alcohol are potatoes. There are more than 5 billion liters of vodka produced annually all over the world. The main markets of vodka are the USA and Europe.
Gin is the strong alcoholic beverage made by double distillation of grain alcohol with addition of spices. The few know that the second name of gin is juniper vodka. The juniper is the main fragrance in gin. Historically the first creators of gin were Dutches. The gin is consumed in pure form as well as in cocktails. Today there are two types of gin English and Dutch. The London Dry Gin is considered the most popular. The Dutch gin is produced differently and has golden color that is provided by ageing in oak barrels for a short time. Each manufacturer has the confidential formula of gin production.
Cork is the ecological product which is ideal for wines packing. It provides the correctâ?� access of oxygen to wine that allows it to breathe. The production process of a stopper is followed by strict quality control. The main manufacturer of a cork is Portugal. The advantage of crock stoppers is the ease of packing and excellent mechanical behavior. The stoppers are divided into the following types in mass production: Stoppers for silent wines: Natural cork Agglomerated stoppers Colmated stopper Agglomerated stoppers with one or two natural disks at end Microgranulated stoppers Stoppers for cognacs, brandy, liqueurs and strong wines: T-shaped with agglomerated cork body and a hat from a natural tree, plastic, metal or other material. T-shaped with natural cork body and a hat from a natural tree, plastic, metal or other material. T-shaped with colmated cork body and a hat from a natural tree, plastic, metal or other material. T-shaped with microgranulated cork body and a hat from a natural tree, plastic, metal or other material. Stoppers for sparkling wines: Agglomerated stopper Agglomerated stopper with one or two natural disks at end faces
Brandy is a general name of strong alcoholic beverages distilled of grape wines, fruit wines, or fermented berries and fruit juice. The word brandy can't be applied to any specific drink, it is the production technology rather. As an example the most well known French brandies are Cognac, Armagnac and Calvados. The production technology and the origin of these most known brandies are set at the legislative level but at the same time production of other brandies is not regulated by any rules or standards. France is considered the homeland of the best brandies in the world. Each country produces brandy with its own technology. Despite the variety of brandies, only few regions can gain the fame, thanks to century traditions of production and climatic conditions.
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From the First Whisky in Japan to World-Class Whisky The founder of Kotobukiya (the current Suntory), Shinjiro Torii, began building Japan's first whisky distillery on the outskirts of Kyoto in 1923. The district was Yamazaki, now known as the birthplace of Suntory whisky, an area also known for its excellent water since ancient times by the name Minaseno. Suntory introduced Suntory Shirofuda ("white label") in 1929, the first genuine whisky to be produced domestically. After further refinements to suit the discriminating market of Japan, the premium whisky Kakubin ("square bottle") was born.
Malt: all ages Grain: 3 years old Country of origin: Scotland We can supply in Cask (40 or 250 litre) or Bulk (200 litre plastic barrel, or 1000 litre IBC-liquid container)
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