Teitessa 15 Year Old Grain Japanese Whisky is the youngest Spirit in the Teitessa lineup right now — and that’s saying something. All three Spirits start with the same single grain foundation as all three of their signature drams. Due to the distillery’s nearly two-hundred year history crafting Saki and Shochu, the single grain is most likely rice fermented with koji. The Spirit was then aged in American white oak for fifteen years.
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