Kakubin was first created in 1937 by Shinjiro Torii, Suntory’s founder and first Master Blender. Though initially named “Suntory Whisky,” it was known lovingly as Kakubin, or “square bottle,” due to its unique design. That name and square-cut, tortoise-shell design have remained for more than 80 years, a symbol of Suntory’s commitment to unwavering quality. With a sweet aroma, rich flavor, and dry finish, Kakubin is a highly versatile whisky, and the Kakubin highball is the go-to for many Japanese when they go out for a night of food and drink.
Since its launch in 1950 the old forged in the tongue of many people who love whiskey, more mellow in Sherry casks was once the old key mold in enhancing taste of polished and increasingly mature. While maintaining the traditional design is pursued a world-class modern sense of quality and luxury.
Suntory Royal Whisky was originally released in 1960 to mark the company’s 60th anniversary, the whisky is a supreme example of the Japanese style of whisky production. An impressive whisky with a rather beautiful bottle, too. Blends of Hibiki, Yamazaki and Hakushu in here.
The original antique bottle is a rare collector’s item.