Eigashima is a Ji-Whisky company best known for producing the Akashi range. The distillery’s stills are only operational for one month each year, meaning that bottlings are extremely limited. This expression is one of the oldest Akashi bottles to date, aged for 12 years in used Spanish brandy casks, 1.5 years in sherry casks, and the final 6 months in French white wine casks. Only 650 bottles were released so, needless to say, this is a hard one to find.
Akashi 14 Year Old White Oak Whisky
- EUR: € 676.39
- GBP: £ 623.19
- JPY: ¥ 80,574
- SGD: $1,048.79
- AUD: $1,117.19
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