Produced in the Coffey column alembic imported from Scotland to Japan in 1963 by the Miyagikyo distillery, the first Nikka Gin is rich in citrus and juniper berries. Clear and transparent to the eye, it evokes intense and fragrant notes of apple juice, lime and orange flowers, with hints of coconut milk and apricot.Alcohol 47%
From the golden yellow colour, very bright and intense, with aromas of vanilla, tobacco, chocolate and slight hints of banana, apple and cinnamon. On the palate, soft and velvety, and persistent.Alcoholic content 45%
The Yoichi Single Malt is created from a mix of various casks of different ages all coming from the distillery, Yoichi on the island of Hokkaido. The pleasant notes torbose and smoky this whisky comes from the traditional method of heating direct coal-fired stills.
Alcohol content 43%
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%