White Oak Whisky Distillery have released two new whiskies in 2020 to celebrate the 101 year anniversary of receiving their licence to distil whisky (obtained in 1919). These releases are named after the parent company that established the White Oak Distillery - Eigashima Shuzo. The labelling and bottles are reminiscent of whisky of the time (101 years ago) and feature the old Eigashima logo and trademark.
Another 50% bottling here from 100% malted whisky, this is a blend of vattings ranging from 2009 & 2014 and once again being aged in sherry casks. More power here then we usually find in Japanese whiskies, medium body with hints of peat, caramel and candied orange with a touch of dryness from the oak. A Japanese whisky for the Scotch drinking fans out there.