About this winery
Tokinoka is produced by the White Oak Distillery in Japan. In 1888, they started a brewery and then obtained a distilling license in 1919 under the name White Oak, the first ever whisky distilling license in Japan. After the Second World War, demand for whisky increased in Japan and, as a result, Eigashima started distilling malt whisky in small pot stills made in Japan. Besides its saké, it was already producing grain whisky known as shochu. In 1984, a new building was dedicated to whisky...
This blend embodies the knowledge and taste of the Japanese (1/4 grain whisky and 3/4 single malt). Soft and balanced with flavors of cereals, vanilla and fruit, make this whisky appealing to a large audience.
Soft, cereals and vanilla with a long, malty and creamy finish.