White Oak Distillery
White Oak Distillery was established by the Eigashima Shuzo Spirits Distillery. The company is a major manufacturer of Sake and Shochu and have held a licence to create whiskey since 1919. In 1984 a new distillery was built replicating a traditional Scottish distillery at Akashi in Hyogo prefecture just west of Kobe. Within they produce malt whisky in a process much the same as in Scotland.
White Oak Whisky Reviews:
- Tokinoka Blended Whisky (40%, OB, 2015) - Tokinoka Blended Whisky Whisky Review Category: Japanese blended whisky Origin: White Oak Distillery Bottling: Official – Eigashima Shuzo ABV: 40% Cost: £29.99 from Drink Supermarket Score: 84/100 What they say: From the […]
- White Oak Akashi Blended Whisky (40%, OB, 2014) - White Oak Akashi Blended Japanese whisky 40% ABV, £33.69 for 50cl at Master of Malt Score: 82/100 What they say: White Oak Akashi or ‘White Oak land whiskey testimony’ (Blended)’ is produced […]