HKD 70 692,34
Raku is a type of Japanese pottery used in Japanese tea ceremonies. In the traditional process, the fired raku piece is removed from the hot kiln and is allowed to cool in the open air.
Raku’s unpredictable results and intense color attracts modern potters. These patterns and color result from the harsh cooling process and the amount of oxygen that is allowed to reach the pottery. Depending on what effect the artist wants, currently the pottery is either instantly cooled in water, cooled slowly in the open air, or placed in a barrel filled with combustible material, such as newspaper, covered, and allowed to smoke.
This Japanese pottery art inspired our designers to create utterly beautiful decanters covered with ceramic-like coating for this Karuizawa release*.
The price refers to a set of 2 bottles. Each bottle comes with a wooden box.
*The pictures provided show a visualization of the product. The final product and design might be created in a different way and from different materials.
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Type: Japanese whisky
Type: Single malt and cask strength
Number of bottles: A limited series of only 126 bottles (2 x 63 bottles).
1 in stock