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Eigashima SHUZO
since 1888

Home to akashi WHISKY

Eigashima Shuzo is one of the oldest family-run distillery with nearly 100 years of whisky-making experience in Japan. Established in 1679, Eigashima was once considered among the top 100 Japanese corporations during the Meiji period (the peak era in Japanese history). 


Glasgow Distillery
Since 2014


As remained active until the beginning of the 20th Century, have invested in the best distilling equipment, sourced the finest ingredients, the finest casks and assembled a team of innovative distillers. 


Masahiro SHUZO
Since 1883

first tropical craft gin

When the first drop of okinawan gin dripped in the distillery, we were in the middle of hot summer and we felt okinawa’s seasonal wind “mahae”. Feel the unique “champuru spirit” of Okinawa, bring out the essence of gin botanicals, and the flavour is unexpectedly good.


Shinobu Distillery
Niigata Beer co. since 2017

A Whsiky of Triple Gold Winner

Shinobu means forbearance in japanese, symbolizing the spirit of a samurai, like making great spirits which takes time, patience and persistence.

Gold Medal Winner for excellence at IWC 2019, WSWA 2019 and SFWS 2019.     READ MORE

Suzuki Brewery
since 1689

trophy winner

Suzuki Shuzoten is one of the oldest continually operating sake houses in Japan, and one of Akita’s most well known and respected breweries. Founded by Matsuemon Suzuki in 1689, the brewery has been run by the Suzuki family for 19 generations. For over three centuries, Suzuki Shuzoten has strived to live up to the high standards set by the Hideyoshi name. They have won numerous awards with their philosophy of innovation and tradition. 


Wolfburn Distillery
Since 1822

most Northly whisky distillery

Wolfburn distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. After ceasing production in the 1850s it reopened in 2013. The distillery was of considerable size for its day and ran as a successful commercial enterprise for several decades.   READ MORE