The first in a series of bottlings from Akkeshi that are dedicated to the 24 Solar Terms of Japan. Each release will explore the effects that the local climate, wildlife and farming have on the final producet.
Kanro (cold drops of dew) has been distilled using peated barley and has been matured in a combination of ex-bourbon, wine, mizunara and sherry wood before being married.
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