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Eigashima, the sake and shochu maker who run the White Oak distillery, have been in the whisky business for a long time. The company dates back to 1888 and they are supposed to have begun whisky selling in 1919. Those were the wild days of Japanese whisky making before Taketsuru had visited Scotland to find out how it was really done. Many years later the pupil matches the master.


  • Japan

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