Nikka Japanese Whisky Mega Bundle

Nikka Japanese Whisky Mega Bundle

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Nikka Coffey Grain x 1
The Coffey Still is the world’s first patented continuous still invented by Mr. Aeneas Coffey in 1830. Masataka Taketsuru valued the feature of this type of still, which retains the flavours of ingredients and also creates a distinctive texture. Complex, sweet and mellow flavours in Nikka Coffey invites you back to beauties of grain whisky.

Nikka Coffey Malt x 1
This unique expression was developed in 2013 as a result of Nikka's continuous experiments to widen the variety and offer more excitement to aficionados. Made from 100% malted barley, whisky distilled in a Coffey still is matured in old casks to enhance the rich maltiness, complexity and silky texture. This expression is not categorized as malt whisky but as grain whisky since it is not distilled in a pot still.

Nikka From The barrel x 1
This unique bottling of 'From the Barrel' is a breathtaking blend of malt and grain whiskies that are hand-selected, blended together and then reintroduced to cask upon their marriage. The result is a blend that possesses a distinctive personality characterised by solidity, depth of taste and a richly expanding aroma.

Nikka Miyagikyo x 1
Miyagikyo Single Malt is described as soft and fruity. Using less peaty malt, this whisky is distilled in a pot still heated by indirect steam at a low temperature. Miyagikyo Single Malt has an elegant fruitiness and a distinctive aroma with a strong Sherry cask influence. 

Nikka Taketsuru x 1
This is an expression launched in 2020, with a refined formula and a new label design to represent the brand. While remaining a smooth and well-balanced blended malt, the formula further showcases an exquisite balance between elegant softness and deep complexity along with rich mouthfeel and smokiness.

Nikka Yoichi x 1
Yoichi Single Malt is described as bold and strong. Pleasant peaty notes and smokiness originating from traditional direct coal-fired distillation accented with a briny hint delivered by the sea breeze during the ageing process.