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Eigashima Shuzo

Akashi White Oak

Akashi White Oak

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Region: Akashi

Country: Japan

Volume: 750ml


Akashi White Oak Japanese Blended Whisky is a captivating expression that showcases the meticulous craftsmanship and unique character of Japanese whisky. Produced by the White Oak Distillery, one of Japan's smallest and most traditional distilleries, this blended whisky is a harmonious blend of malt and grain whiskies, offering a distinctive taste profile that sets it apart in the world of whisky.

Crafted using a blend of malt and grain whiskies, Akashi White Oak is distilled and aged with precision, resulting in a whisky that balances tradition with innovation. The whisky is matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and sherry casks, allowing it to develop a complex and nuanced flavor profile.

On the nose, Akashi White Oak offers delicate aromas of honey, vanilla, and floral notes, which give way to a palate rich with flavors of caramel, citrus, and a hint of spice. The whisky boasts a smooth and elegant finish, with a subtle smokiness that lingers pleasantly on the palate.

With its balanced and approachable flavor profile, Akashi White Oak Japanese Blended Whisky is an excellent introduction to Japanese whisky for both novices and connoisseurs alike. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as a key component in a classic whisky cocktail, Akashi White Oak is a versatile and sophisticated whisky that is sure to delight and impress.
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About Brewery

Eigashima Shuzo

Eigashima Shuzo is located just a rock’s skip away from Kobe Bay and ocean-laden air is reflected in its whisky’s savory, saline-driven purity. The origin of the town of Akashi, translated as the “Sun Rise City,” dates back over 500 years. Here, less than 100 yards from the ocean, the family behind Eigashima Shuzo has been making traditional Japanese alcoholic beverages such as sake for over three centuries. Eigashima Shuzo holds Japan’s first whisky license, issued in 1919, and remains the country’s smallest whisky producer. Serious malt production at the distillery did not begin until 1984, when the current copper pot stills were put into action and a focus on premium whiskies began at its ‘White Oak’ facility. Following a program dedicated to crafting a refined and elegant whisky, the distillery limits production to ensure that quality is preeminent, making Eigashima’s Akashi one of the most respected labels in Japanese whisky today.