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100th Anniversary

In 1923, Shinjiro Torii realised a decades long dream. When his newly built Yamazaki distillery came online, just south of Kyoto, he became Japan’s first true single malt producer. On the centenary of that momentous occasion, we celebrate three spirits born of Torii-san’s legacy: a blended whisky containing elements from Yamazaki and its sister distilleries Hakushu and Chita, a gin made with native botanicals, and a vodka that fuses western tradition and Japanese technique.

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70cl / 43%


($51.55 per litre)

This light yet complex blend is a testament to the craftsmanship established by Shinjiro Torii in the earliest days of Japanese whisky. With a core of Yamazaki single malt supplying notes of spice and exotic fruit, Toki performs equally as well in a tasting glass as it does served long with ice and soda.


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • White PepperWhite Pepper
  • GingerGinger
  • MintMint
  • AppleApple
  • GrapefruitGrapefruit
  • GrapeGrape
Roku logo

70cl / 43%


($43.96 per litre)

Native Japanese ingredients combine to create an aromatic dry gin with notes of yuzu fruit, green tea and cherry blossoms. The six sided bottle represents the six key botanicals that lend Roku its unique character. This is a transformative addition to classic gin cocktails.


  • Black PepperBlack Pepper
  • Orange Orange
  • LemonLemon
  • JuniperJuniper
  • YuzuYuzu
  • Green teaGreen tea
Suntory Haku

70cl / 40%


($47 per litre)

The final element of the House of Suntory range is a soft, elegant vodka made with rice and filtered through bamboo charcoal. Inspired in part by centuries of sake brewing tradition and the ancestral Japanese spirit shochu, Haku is the perfect synthesis of European and Japanese craft.


  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Black PepperBlack Pepper
  • LemonLemon
  • MelonMelon
  • AlmondAlmond
  • HoneysuckleHoneysuckle

Discover Suntory Whiskies

Though Japanese whiskies are today counted among the finest in the world, this would not be the case without Shinjiro Torii and his work at Yamazaki. From that starting point, Suntory and those who followed in Torii-san’s footsteps helped create a new distilling tradition – inspired by Scotland but distinctly Japanese. Click below to explore the full range of Suntory whiskies from the iconic Hibiki to rare bottlings of Yamazaki and Hakushu single malt.