Haku Vodka is distilled from hakumai, Japanese white rice – with the word ‘haku’ meaning ‘white’ in Japanese, reflecting the clear and clean vodka. It’s twice distilled and filtered through bamboo charcoal. Complex grain undertone with lingering sweetness on the finish.
The vodka’s production begins in Kagoshima, Kyushu, where white rice is fermented with koji rice to create a mash. The mash is then distilled through pot stills to create a rice spirit. The liquid then undergoes a second distillation through a pot still and a column still, before it is blended and filtered through bamboo charcoal in Osaka, Japan. This process is unique to Haku vodka and delivers “delicately sweet and subtle flavours”
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