The House of Suntory

Quintessentially Japanese

Founded in 1899, Shinjiro Torii built the House of Suntory to craft quintessentially Japanese spirits that would suit the delicate palate of his people. With the founding of Japan’s first malt whisky distillery at Yamazaki, Suntory’s place in Japanese history was cemented.

The Spirit of Craftsmanship

Though Suntory is best known for Japanese whisky, Shinjiro also applied his challenger’s spirit and “Monozukuri” craftsmanship to producing other spirits.

Today the House of Suntory encompasses a range of craft spirits including whisky, gin and vodka, with a rich cultural experience and pilgrimage to Japan in every bottle, ready to be discovered by the world.

 

Whiskeria Magazine

In the latest edition of Whiskeria, Edrington-Beam Suntory whisky specialist, Terri Brotherston, shows us how to add a taste of Japan to some classic summer serves with The House of Suntory’s range of premium craft spirits in our regular feature, Mixing It Up. Pick up a copy at your local branch of The Whisky Shop now or join The W Club to have it delivered free to your door every quarter.

Photography: Christina Kernohan. Assistant: Jess Shurte. Styling: Meredith Wilkie.