Shirakawa 1958 Japanese Single Malt Whisky

Built in the Fukushima Prefecture in 1939, the Shirakawa Distillery was one of the first Japanese distilleries to make malt whiskey. It was demolished in 2003, but amazingly, a stainless steel tank of their 1958 release was discovered in 2019 and became the earliest-known single vintage Japanese whiskey ever bottled. Shirakawa 1958 Japanese Single Malt Whisky arrives in a blackened wood and gold box befitting its stature, complete with a history of the spirit and tasting notes on the inner door — although with a release this rare, it's just as likely to remain sealed as a collectible as it is to be consumed.

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