A tasty blended Japanese whisky here, Tenjaku is made with corn and barley, and aged between 3 and 5 years old in American white oak bourbon barrels.
The distillery is based in Fuefuki, near Mt. Fuji, west of Tokyo.
The Japanese characters for the skylark (hibari), the much-loved herald of spring in the East and West, and for this masterfully blended whisky.With a clear amber color and nose with faint smoky accent. Sweet aroma, redolent of pear and dried fruit. At palate, slightly edgy attack. Well-rounded and mellow. A slightly spicy and long finish with hint of white oak and a spreading sweetness.