This hard-to-find Japanese whisky comes from the country’s smallest whisky distillery, and is distilled from barley specially-imported from Scotland. Smooth with lots of yellow apple, powder sugar, angelica fruits with hints of sea air.
White Oak distillery is a Japanese whisky distillery. In operation since 1984, it is located at Akashi, a city in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, and released its first single malt in late 2007 under the “Akashi” label.
DID YOU KNOW?
The White Oak distillery is perhaps the least known of Japan’s whisky producers, but it has a legitimate claim to be the country’s oldest with a license to make whisky granted in 1919 — four years before Yamazaki was built.