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Discover White Oak Akashi

Friday, 06 March 2015


Image credit: White Oak Distillery / Eigashima Shuzo


Akashi whisky is perhaps the least known of Japan’s whisky. Being the first in Japan to obtain the license of distilled spirits in 1919, the founding White Oak distillery is one of the oldest operating distilleries in Japan. Founded in 1888 in the city of Akashi in the Hyogo Prefecture, White Oak produces single malt in small quantities, but quality whisky.


Akashi White Oak Japanese Whisky is produced using imported barley and water that comes from the same source Eigashima Distillery uses to make its sake. These whisky are considerably enjoyable, easy to drink yet has a lot of character to it. They are also suitable for a highball too!


White Oak Akashi Blended Whisky (500ml, 40% alc. Vol.) Image credit: White Oak Distillery / Eigashima Shuzo 



White Oak Akashi whisky is distributed by Whistler Wine & Spirits Pte Ltd.

Website: www.whistler.com.sg. Tel: +65 67487820.



Source: White Oak Distillery / Eigashima Shuzo


Photos: White Oak Distillery / Eigashima ShuzoPosted by Admin in F&B on 06 Mar 2015


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