Voted World's Best Blended Malt in the 2015 World Whisky Awards, this is a multi award-winning blended Japanese whisky from Nikka - Taketsuru 17 year old. It's mellow, well-rounded and full of fresh fruits. A complex whisky named after the founder of Nikka.
Calling all culinary geeks out there (and Japanese whisky fans, of course), check out this spice rack from Nikka distillery. The handsome set includes the Red, Black and White expressions from the popular Pure Malt range, which now no longer includes the White bottling.
A blended malt whisky from Nikka's well commended distilleries, Yoichi and Miyagikyo. Pure malt red features a whole load of fruity notes, a great example of what Japanese whisky can offer.
This sublime Whisky offers a subtle balance of fruit and refined peat, which is a result of a selection of very different Whiskies, combining the fruity elegance of the Miyagikyo malts, and the smokier notes typical of Yoichi's strong character.
Nikka All Malt is a mixture of malted whiskies from the prestigious distilleries - malt from Yoichi and whisky that's been distilled in a Coffey Still at Miyagikyou. A classic Japanese blend.
A blended Japanese whisky featuring whiskies from Scottish distilleries too. Although we arent told what these are, Mars Maltage Cosmo comes with plenty of surprises.
Without doubt one of the best Japanese whiskies we've seen in the last decade has been Nikka's Taketsuru 21 year old. This is an exceptional blended malt from Japan, with layers upon layers of complex fruits along with savoury notes too.
Japenese blended malt whisky from Kurayoshi, made using whiskies from distilleries in Scotland blended with Japanese whisky. One for your list of Japanese whiskies to try for sure.
A very limited release of the award winning Taketsuru pure malt, released in 2014 for the 80th anniversary of the Nikka company. This 21 year old blend of single malts from the distilleries of Yoichi and Miyagikyo was finished in Madeira wood, and with only 546 bottles available this is a super rare bottle.
An 80th anniversary release for the 21 year Taketsuru Pure Malt, released in 2014 with only 984 bottles produced. This premium Japanese blend from Yoichi and Miyagikyo is a very rare age statement example in this now increasingly delisted range from Nikka.
Pure Malt is a Japanese blended malt whisky from Nikka, named after Masataka Taketsuru who founded the company. Deep sherry notes accompany mocha and subtle spices.