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White Oak Akashi Meïsei

(50cl, 40%)

White Oak Akashi Meïsei
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Akashi Meïsei Bottling Note

A blended Japanese whisky from White Oak, said to be made with 45% American oak matured single malt. We also understand that Meïsei translates roughly as 'celebrity' in Japanese.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Classic American oak notes of vanilla and wood spices.

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White Oak Akashi Meïsei Reviews

Brotox, Sweden
14th June 2018
Friendly with a slight spike.
This has become one of my go-to blends of late. I've now enjoyed 3 bottles of it and every single one has been well worth the price.

Warm and rounded palate, with hits of Sandalwood/Pepper on the tongue.
Master of Malt Customer
29th December 2017
Smooth and easy-to-drink blend.
One of the cheaper options for Japanese whisky, but well worth it. A lovely, smooth, slightly sweet, slightly fruity whisky with a warming finish.
John Alex H, Denmark
6th June 2017
Pleasant, soft tasting blend at bargain price.
A rather pleasant blend with a rounded vanilla taste (and only a very light petroleum sting). I picked it up for $18 (worth a try!) in Taipei Airport and was quite impressed at the price.

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