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WHISKY KAIKYO HATOZAKI MALT CL.70 WITH CASE
€45.00
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Hatozaki pure malt Whiskey is produced from the assembly of malts aged in three different barrels: ex-bourbon, ex-sherry and in barriques produced with the precious Mizunara wood (typical Japanese oak). Aging in Mizunara gives the distillate notes of sandalwood and incense. The nose is rich with notes of dried fruit, sweet cereals, honey, incense and sandalwood. Alcohol: 46%
WHISKEY SUNTORY THE CHITA SINGLE GRAIN CL.70 WITH CASE
€57.50
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Mixed with three different types of cereal whiskey and distilled through two, three and four column stills, then aged in a combination of Spanish and American white oak barrels. A bright golden color that offers aromas of Catalan cream, cardamom, acacia honey and flowery rose. The taste is soft and delicate with a hint of mint and deep honey, while the finish is clear with spicy oak notes.Alcohol 43%
WHISKEY SUNTORY THE YAMAZAKI DISTILLER’S RESERVE CL.70 WITH CASE
€180.00
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The "Distiller’s Reserve" is a Single Malt Whiskey that originates from the careful distillation of barley malt made by the Yamazaki distillery. The production process, from fermentation to distillation, is followed with the utmost attention, combining ancient traditions with the most modern technologies. At the end of the distillation the Whiskey is left to rest in barrels that previously contained Bourbon and Sherry.Alcohol 43%
WHISKY NIKKA ALL MALT CL.70
€42.50
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It is a combination of Yoichi and Myagikyo single malt, which gives it a nice golden color. The scent is slightly sweet and has a hint of Marsmallow and vanilla, accompanied by candy, citrus, ripe apples and cinnamon. The palate is very soft and creamy. Alcohol content 40%
WHISKY NIKKA COFFEY GRAIN CL.70
€62.50
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Nikka Coffey Grain is whisky made mainly from corn, distilled with a pot still, the type Coffey,stills and Coffey were invented by the irish Aeneas Coffey in the 30 years of the Nineteenth century and are still widely used, especially for the production of grain whisky or the whiskey of the americans. Alcoholic content 45%