NIKKA Pure Malt Red 43%
Blended Malt Whisky, Japan, 50cl, Ref: 620E
Smooth and full of body, with a hint of spice in the finish, Nikka Pure Malt Red is a whisky dedicated to lovers of good food and drink. Predominately made up of fresh and fruity malts from the Miyagikyo distillery, this malt has an undeniably alluring charm.
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- Appearance : old gold with glints of amber.
- Nose : full-bodied, it is characterised by citrus fruit (orange) and candied fruit. Herbaceous notes emerge once it has been given time to breath.
- Palate : smooth and refined, it oscillates between fruits and lightly smoked malted barley and honey.
- Overall : long, it develops with malted and floral notes. Throughout it is marked by great balance and freshness.
- The brand
Born into a family of sake producers in 1894, Masataka Taketsuru is considered to be the father of Japanese whisky. After training as a chemist, he began working for the Settsu Shuzo company, who sent him to Scotland in 1918 to carry out an apprenticeship. There he developed a passion for whisky and decided to dedicate his life to it. In 1934, he built Yoichi, his first distillery, on the island of Hokkaido. His growing success enabled him to open a second distillery near Sendai in 1969: Miyagikyo. The Nikka Whisky group creates its entire line of Japanese whiskies using single malts from these two distilleries. Official website
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