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  • 17 YO Single Malt Scotch
  • 7 YO Single Barrel Bourbon
  • 4 YO American Rye Whiskey
  • 10 YO Japanese Whisky
  • A hint of 8 YO Peated Scotch
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  • 100% pure
  • Refreshing
  • From real lemons
  • 100% natural
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The origins of the term “highball” are disputed, but there are several theories. One of them comes from a nineteenth-century US railroad signal, where a raised ball on the signal post meant the train could pass through without stopping. The idea of getting somewhere fast inspired a cocktail that was quick to make and imbibe.
「ハイボール」という用語の起源には異議がありますが、いくつかの理論があります。それらの1つは19世紀の米国の鉄道信号機に由来します。信号機のポストに盛り上がったボールは、列車が止まることなく通過できることを意味していました。どこかに速く着くというアイデアは、すぐに作って吸収するカクテルを刺激しました
The Japanese came up with the Highball with food in mind because they enjoy alcoholic beverages with their meal. Instead of drinking straight Whisky, they opted to dilute it with soda and ice to create a refreshingly lighter - and still flavorful - drink. Highballs increased in popularity after WWII when the country was recovering, and people wanted a cheap drink.
日本人がハイボールを思いついたのは、食べながらアルコール飲料を楽しんでいたからです。食事中にストレートウイスキーを飲むのはかなり難しいので、味を損なうことなくソーダと氷で薄めました。ハイボールは第二次世界大戦後、国が回復していたときに人気があり、人々は安い飲み物を望んでいました
In most Japanese bars, you’ll just get an ounce or so of Whisky topped off with bottled soda water. In some places, though, you can experience Mizuwari, which means “cut with water.” It’s an elaborate process that involves stirring the Whisky 13 and a half times and the cocktail three and a half more times.
ほとんどのバーでは、ボトル入りのソーダ水で1オンス程度のウイスキーを補充するだけです。ところが、「水で切る」という水割を体験できるところもあります。これは、ウィスキーを13回半攪拌し、カクテルをさらに3回半攪拌するという複雑なプロセスです
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FAQ

HaiBall is a blend of carbonated water, four different types of Whisky, and 100% natural lemon without artificial flavorings. There's no sugar and no carbs in HaiBall.
HaiBall does not contain any major food allergens, although it is packaged in facilities that may use allergens such as milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat, etc. Please talk to your doctor before drinking HaiBall if you have allergen concerns.
All ingredients in HaiBall are gluten-free.
No, HaiBall is not kosher certified.
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