Two Suntory whisky distilleries now give no cost on the internet excursions

With Japan extending its 2nd state of unexpected emergency, it’ll be a even though till we can commit an evening out at bars all over again. On the other hand, whisky enthusiasts can now take a digital tour of two of Suntory’s Japanese distilleries and even participate in virtual whisky tastings.

Suntory online tour
Image: Suntory

Regardless of both equally Yamazaki Distillery and Hakushu Distillery staying shut to visitors for the time staying, they are gearing up to launch new confined-version whiskies in May and provide back admirer most loved Hakushu 12 Yr this March. To assist tide you around, Suntory is now offering a no cost digital tour of the distillery museums in which you will get to see the background and procedure powering Japan’s beloved whiskies from the convenience of your have house. Descriptions and audio clips are hooked up to selected regions, but they’re only offered in Japanese.

Suntory online tour
Photo: Suntory

For those living in Japan, you could possibly want to take into account the paid out 60-moment guided live tour, which will be accessible from February 6. Unfortunately it’s carried out only in Japanese for now, but if you communicate the language, you can interact and request thoughts of the tour guideline, just like you’re checking out in person. 

There are a complete of 100 spots out there for every session and tours are envisioned to operate largely on weekends. The value of ¥3,000 also contains a whisky tasting bundle that will be posted to you, to delight in throughout the digital tour. E-book a location on the web page early so you don’t miss out on out.

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