Two Suntory whisky distilleries now supply cost-free on the web tours

With Japan extending its second state of crisis, it’ll be a while until eventually we

With Japan extending its second state of crisis, it’ll be a while until eventually we can invest an evening out at bars once more. Nevertheless, whisky fans can now take a digital tour of two of Suntory’s Japanese distilleries and even take part in virtual whisky tastings.

Photograph: Suntory

Irrespective of equally Yamazaki Distillery and Hakushu Distillery remaining closed to visitors for the time becoming, they’re gearing up to release new limited-edition whiskies in May possibly and carry back enthusiast favorite Hakushu 12 Yr this March. To assist tide you over, Suntory is now giving a free virtual tour of the distillery museums exactly where you will get to see the historical past and course of action behind Japan’s beloved whiskies from the ease and comfort of your possess household. Descriptions and audio clips are connected to certain parts, but they are only offered in Japanese.

Suntory online tour
Photograph: Suntory

For those living in Japan, you may possibly want to take into account the paid 60-moment guided reside tour, which will be available from February 6. However it’s executed only in Japanese for now, but if you speak the language, you can interact and ask questions of the tour guideline, just like you are visiting in person. 

There are a complete of 100 spots out there for every session and excursions are envisioned to run largely on weekends. The value of ¥3,000 also consists of a whisky tasting offer that will be posted to you, to delight in during the digital tour. E book a spot on the internet site early so you really don’t skip out.

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