ABV 46%


Named after the oldest stone lighthouse in Japan

The distillery is named after the Akashi- Kaikyō bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world and stands along the coast of the Seto inland sea - expansion of the Akashi Sake Brewery

Refreshed by the maritime winds of the straits, it benefits from a specific climate of dry, temperate winters, and hot, humid summers that offer excellent properties for the ageing of spirits.

Master Distiller and Blender KimioYonezawawas originally inspired by the great gin and whisky stillhouses of the United Kingdom to create this whisky distillery – that also produces gin


Composed of 100% malt whiskies and blended from 5 to 6-year-old single malts. Blend is then further aged in ex bourbon casks, ex sherry casks and Japanese Mizunara casks from the Hokkaido and Tohuku forests
Only produced in small batches of less than 20 casks with no colouring or chill-filtering
Colour – Pale straw
Nose - Dried fruit, sweet malt, a drizzle of honey, aromatic incense and sandalwood
Palate - Rich and complex with a good helping of malt, aromatic spices, dried fruit and toasted cereal notes, with a slightly creamy vanilla undertone
Finish - Delicately smoky and sweet honey on the finish, with lingering cigar box