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Nose: Rose, lychee, hint of rosemary, mature woodiness, sandalwood
Palate: Honeylike sweetness, candied orange peel, white chocolate
Finish: Subtle, tender long finish, with hint of Mizunara (Japanese oak)
This is a blend of different kinds of malt and grain that Nikka saves. Nikka From the Barrel was made to convey full flavors and wealth of whiskey “from barrels” which no one but blenders can sniff and taste.
Color: Clear gold
Nose: Basil, green apple, honey
Palate: Grapefruit, green grapes, peppermint, thyme
Finish: Subtly sweet and spicy finish with a hint of vanilla oak, white pepper and ginger
This is a solitary malt from the Miyagikyo refinery, Nikka’s second refinery worked in 1969. The organizer Masataka Taketsuru picked this site in the mountains of Sendai to appear differently in relation to his first refinery, Yoichi, situated in the waterfront territory.
This is a blended malt named to pay tribute to Masataka Taketsuru, the dad of Japanese whisky. He is the main Japanese who aced whisky-production in Scotland and delivered the bona fide whisky in Japan.
Coffey Malt is produced using 100% malted grain. Anyway it isn’t classified as “malt whiskey” however as “grain whiskey” since it isn’t refined in a pot still. This one of a kind creation strategy brings about uncommon flavors and surface.
Beat the odds…be the outlier, like this one-of-a-kind blend of American Bourbon and Japanese Whisky.
55% Indiana Bourbon
45% Japanese Whisky
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Yamazaki Whisky is Suntory’s flagship single malt whisky, from Japan’s first and oldest malt distillery, multi-layered with fruit and Mizunara aromas.
Coffey Grain is predominantly produced using corn and distilled in a Coffey Still.
The perplexing, sweet and smooth kinds of this articulation will help you re-find the excellence of a grain whiskey.
Hatozaki Finest Japanese Whisky is a premium blend of whiskies, aged up to 12 years in barrel with a minimum malt whisky content of 40%. Light in style with a rich backbone of malt whisky character. Cereal notes and a light sweetness allow for the whisky to be used in both highball and straight pours.
This is a solitary malt from the Yoichi refinery, Nikka’s first refinery worked in 1934. The author Masataka Taketsuru picked Yoichi in Hokkaido due to the comparable ecological conditions to Scotland, where he learned whisky making.
The core of Kikori Whiskey is the delightful, local rice which has been developed in southern Japan for more than 2000 years. The supplement rich, volcanic soil of Kyushu island is the perfect condition to develop this nutritious and tasty rice.
Hatozaki Small Batch Whisky is a vatting of 100% malt whiskies which have been aged in imported bourbon casks, imported sherry casks and native Mizunara oak barrels. Rich profile of sweet cereals and malty dried fruit with a light touch of smoke and honey on the finish.
Ohishi is the closest distillery to the source of the Kuma River. The Kuma River is one of the 3 fastest flowing in Japan and is renowned for its superior water quality. The Ohishi Distillery is blessed with fertile Soil and clear underground water, elements of an environment in which it upholds tradition but is always open to experimenting with new approaches. They use 30% of rice grown in their own fields. It is “gohyakumanishi”( 5 million stones) rice.
From Suntory’s mountain forest distillery, nestled deep in Mt. Kaikomagatake, Suntory Single Malt Whisky Hakushu® is the fresh and gently smoky single malt whisky with herbal notes that is the revelation of Japanese single malts.
A dense harmony created through the weaving together of pure whiskies of various ages. The gentle union of flavors and a mellowness found only in a pure malt whisky. Delicate yet complex aromas and flavors open up, dancing smoothly in the mouth.
Machir Bay, our signature peated single malt, is a vatting of Kilchoman matured in both bourbon and sherry casks. Named after Islay’s most spectacular beach, the high proportion of bourbon barrels create a distinct balance of classic Islay character and fresh floral complexity.
Sanaig, named after an inlet on Islay’s rugged Atlantic cost, is a vatting of Kilchoman matured in both sherry and bourbon barrels. This sherry cask scotch whisky is matured in a high proportion of oloroso barrels, imparting a balance of dried fruits, dark chocolate and rich peat smoke into the spirit.
“The quality of this whisky lies in the manner in which the unobtrusive smell of peat develops after some time,” says widely acclaimed British whisky commentator Jim Murray
Hibiki, meaning “Resonance” in Japanese, honors the Harmony that lives between Nature and People. From its introduction in 1989 to commemorate the 90th anniversary of Suntory, the Hibiki bottle has consistently been embraced as a work of Japanese art. Symbolizing “Japanese harmony”, the elegant bottle design showcases the twenty-four season of Japan inspired by the traditional Japanese calendar as jewel-like facets.
The 2021 limited edition bottle design of Hibiki Japanese Harmony pays tribute to the Ryusui-Hyakka (One-Hundred Flowers and Flowing Water). The design motif epitomizes the cyclical passage of time, showcasing the blossoms of the Japanese twenty-four seasons juxtaposed with the ever-changing flow of water that connects one passing season to another. We celebrate the much-loved blooms, colours and shapes of seasonal flowers that make the Japanese year so special. Each blossom is an exquisite, delicate creation evoking treasured memories, sensory pleasures and emotions.
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