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Akashi Eigashima Ryo 7 Years Old Whisky


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The Eigashima distillery was founded by Eigashima Shuzo in 1888 to produce sake. In 1919, they obtained a license to produce whisky, and soon after started whisky production. It survived the whisky boom of the 70s and 80s unscratched – a clear testimony to the quality of its whisky. This Akashi bottle is a 7 year-old blend, bringing forth the sweetness and depth expected from a bourbon aged release.

Whisky OriginJapanese
Single MaltYes
Alcohol Strength56%
Bottle Size50cl
Box ConditionGood
Label ConditionGood
Shoulder LevelGood
Weight 2 kg


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Since its establishment more than a 100 years ago Eigashima has been a popular all round brewery. Honesty is the guiding principle of the company both towards its work and towards its people. Based on these principles Eigashima takes great care in maintaining the highest standards of production. While preserving old traditions is important the company does not slavishly adhere to them. On the contrary, in order to constantly improve its products it keeps an eye open for innovations in the field and as a result new discoveries and research results are frequently discovered. So far the company has produced many master pieces and contributed greatly to society. As a consequence, this company based in Hyogo prefecture with its rich trandition of brewing has a well established reputation in the world of brewing.

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Mouth (neat): Good – very good, and its relatively simple yet again. Textbook modern, bourbonised malt whisky, with exactly the right amounts of vanilla, ginger, cinnamon and maple syrup. A bit too technical for this taster, but it’s perfect. With water: Ditto. Nice greenness (mint, chives) from the wood. Finish: Medium long, clean, a tad earthier, as often with these whiskies. The expected spiciness in the aftertaste, as well as a certain sucrosity.

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