For order over RM450 within Peninsular Malaysia.
The goal of Tenjaku Whisky is to formulate a pure, mellow styled whisky that is suitable for all occasions. The story of Tenjaku begins in Japan’s Yamanashi Prefecture in the city of Fuefuki, overlooking Mt Fuji. The land is surrounded by soaring peaks of Chichibu mountain to the north and the Misaka range to the south. The land is also renowned as Japan’s top peach and grape producing regions. The area is also blessed with nature’s greatest gifts including fertile lands, lush forests, natural hot springs, and most importantly, crystal clear streams.
The heart of Tenjaku whisky lies within the natural ingredients used to craft it. Nothing is more crucial than the spring water used during the distillation process. All the water is drawn from the Misaka mountain range, 250 meters below ground and is filtered through volcanic rocks to ensure a velvety smooth texture and moderate mineral contents. The moderate mineral contents in the water creates a whisky that is smooth and easy to drink with a well balanced flavour.
Kenji Watanabe is the current Master Blender for Tenjaku whisky and many other brands. Watanabe is one of the great masters of the Japanese Whisky and Winemaking world, and is renowned from the 1990s throughout the 2000s. Watanabe base his philosophy on never losing focus and being generous with time for your craft.
Tenjaku Gin combines a base of more than 10 Western botanicals with distinctively Japanese essence of Peaches from Yamanashi region, Japanese peppers, Zesty Yuzu, and finally herbal aromas from Japanese Tea. The Japanese characters of “天雀” on the bottle represents the Skylark bird called Hibari, which is also the logo for the Tenjaku Brand. Tenjaku Whisky is like the clear, exquisite song of a small bird and it features an agreeable pure and mellow flavour. Bottled at the standard 43% ABV.
Crystal Clear and Transparent.
Rich in aromas of anise candy, honey butter and oaky pine.
Well-rounded and mellow with notes of zesty yuzu and hint of tea.
Medium finish with notes of juniper and slight spicy sansho pepper.