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White Oak Tokinoka

(50cl, 40%)

White Oak Tokinoka
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White Oak Tokinoka Bottling Note

A Japanese blended whisky from the White Oak distillery, which is in Hyogo, just west of Kobe. Makes for a good value-for-money introduction to the world of Japanese whisky. White Oak is also known for producing the Akashi range...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey'd cereal, green apple and a few sultanas.

Palate: White chocolate, floral malt, a drizzle of maple syrup.

Finish: Slightly oily, with a pinch of pink peppercorn.

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White Oak Tokinoka Reviews

Faint notes of raspberry leaf

Delicious whiskey, my introduction to Japanese malts. Greatly enjoyed it, and was impressed even with it being a blend.

3rd December 2021

An accessible entry into Japanese whiskey

Nose: Very light lemons, some heat from the alcohol.

Palate: Pear drop chewy texture with tentacles of the wood.

After: Fades quickly, but this is young. Some elements of the palate hang out in the shadow of the whiskey.

5th July 2020

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