Kobe Distillery was established with the aim of creating new Kobe specialty products in the "Fruit and Flower Park",
at Kobe's Roadside Station in Kobe surrounded by nature.
Brandy, in a historic French-made direct flame distiller,
and whiskey, in a new copper single-type distiller,
are made in the two large stills in the small distillery interact with each other while creating delicious spirits.
Kobe Distillery uses a dedicated brandy distiller that production was once discontinued 28 years ago.
It is also used for the production of cognac and is called "Alambique Charente" (single distiller) and is a distiller imported directly from France.
It was made with the latest technology at that time and was very expensive, so it is very rare to see it in operation in Japan today.
Kobe Whiskey produced in the Fruit Flower Park surrounded by nature in Kobe, Kita-ku
Striving to produce a mellow, deep flavor
High quality malt is used for ingredients
Domestic barrels are also used
A new distilled spirit made in a historic location
A new copper distiller shines in the distillery