Akashi White Oak Japanese Whisky

Akashi White Oak is blended in the scotch tradition, with Japanese precision, the malt is lightly peated, and vatting is mostly ex-bourbon, balanced by White Oak’s unique variety of barrels.



Akashi White Oak is a brand of Japanese whisky produced by the White Oak Distillery, located in the city of Akashi in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. Here are some details about Akashi White Oak Japanese Whisky:

– Brand: Akashi White Oak
– Production: Akashi White Oak is produced using traditional whisky-making methods, influenced by both Scottish and Japanese whisky traditions. The distillery uses malted barley as the primary ingredient for its whisky production. The whisky is typically aged in a combination of American oak, sherry, and other types of casks.
– Flavor Profile: Akashi White Oak Japanese Whisky is known for its light and delicate flavor profile. It often exhibits notes of citrus, vanilla, honey, and subtle oak. The whisky is generally smoother and milder compared to some of the more robust and peaty Scotch whiskies.
– Age Statement: Akashi White Oak whiskies are available in various expressions, including non-age-statement (NAS) releases and age-stated expressions. The age-stated releases indicate the specific number of years the whisky has been aged.
– Availability: Akashi White Oak Japanese Whisky is available in select markets and liquor stores. However, its availability may vary depending on your location. It is advisable to check with local retailers or the official White Oak Distillery website for the most accurate and up-to-date information on availability and specific products within the Akashi White Oak range.

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