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Akashi 10 Years Old Sherry Cask 50cl 60°

Distillery : White Oak / Country : Japan / Reference: : 23484

The White Oak distillery has developed its Single Malt from Sherry butts, barrels with a capacity of 500 liters which color and impregnate whisky with rich flavours (nuts, chocolate, dried fruit, roasting).

Akashi 10 years old Sherry Cask is thus a beautiful Japanese whisky aged for 10 years and possessing an aromatic palette of abundant dried fruits, sherry wine and spices. It is intense and unique.

This is one of the greatest successes of Akashi.

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Volume0.5 L
TypeSingle Cask
DistilleryWhite Oak
Age10 years
PeatNon Peated
CharacteristicsNon Chill-Filtered

The history - if not the legend - of Japanese whiskey starts with Masataka Taketsuru, founding father of Japanese whisky, who embarked on a two-year journey to Scotland after World War One to learn the art of distilling.

When he returned, Shijiro Torii, founder of Suntory, relied on Taketsuru’s knowledge to build the Yamazaki distillery in 1924. A few years later, Taketsuru took off and established his own company, Nikka, still recognized today for the quality of its malts. Japanese whisky became very popular after World War Two with the renewed prosperity. Most Japanese executives and managers of companies based on the US model started enjoying whisky as part of an after-work convention destined to foster the company’s team spirit.

Taketsuru was not the first to distil whisky, as White Oak offered older whiskies. Located in Akashi, on the coast of the interior sea of Seto, the White Oak distillery obtained its license to distil whisky and other spirits as early as 1919. The distillery is today owned by the Eigashima Company, one of the oldest sake producers in Japan, established in 1679. It became one of the most famous distiller of the traditional Japanese alcohol, and the first to bottle sake in 1899.

Colour: intense amber.

Nose: it is rich and spicy with delicate notes of dried fruit, vanilla, and chocolate.

Palate: intense, it quickly develops aromas of wood and sherry with grilled and spicy flavours. We find dried fruits, aromas of red fruits and grilled almond.

Finish: it is prolonged with notes of fruity wines and raisins.