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White Oak

Founded in 1888 on the site of Eigashima in the city of Akashi, White Oak distillery was the first in Japan to obtain the license of distilled spirits in 1919 and according to the legend would consequently be the first to distil whisky. Production remained traditional and reserved for the Japanese market until 1984 with the construction of a new distillery specially dedicated to the distillation of whisky. Located near the sea, and the city of Kobe, the distillery is enjoying a mild and stable climate. Today White Oak produces single malt in small quantities, but increasing quality.

Brand Distillery / range / reference Type Age Vol. Opinion
Others White Oak Akashi Meïsei - 40 % None
Others White Oak Akashi 15 year-old 15 58% None
Others White Oak 2004 Akashi Malt 5 59% None
Others White Oak 1997 Eigashima Distillery 12 59% None
Others White Oak Akashi 12 year-old 12 50% None
Others White Oak Akashi 14 year-old 14 58% None
Others White Oak Tokinoka NAS 40% None
Others White Oak Eigashima Distillery 5 59% None
Others White Oak Akashi NAS 40% None
Others White Oak Akashi 5 year-old 5 45% None
Others White Oak Akashi 8 year-old 8 40% None