Japanese Single Malt Whisky

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  • Nikka Coffey Malt Whisky 45% 70cl
    Nikka Coffey Malt has been produced in a unqiue continuous still normally used for the production of Grain whisky. The style is fruit smooth and mellow:
    £52.99
  • Nikka All Malt 40% 70cl
    The All Malt Nikka whisky is made in a Coffey Still instead of there usual Pot Stills used at Yoichi and Miyagikyo. The result is a deep flavoured malt, which is smooth and flavoursome.
    £36.75
  • Nikka Miyagikyo 45% 70cl
    This is a new bottling from Nikka a single malt from the Miyagikyo distillery with no age declaration but it contains some older malts and some younger to give complex flavour with an emphasis on sherry casked whiskies.
    £72.50
  • Suntory Yamazaki 12 years old 43% 70cl
    Japans premiere single malt with a delicate and elegant taste that makes it a superbly drinkable whisky with layers of complex aromas. It continues to capture the hearts of whisky lovers the world over.

    Tasting Notes
    Sweet vanilla and fruity notes derived from white oak casks are accented with fine aromas of spirits aged in sherry and Japanese oak casks.

    Awards
    Trophy winner for Best Worldwide Whisky at the:

    ISC 2007 Gold,
    SWSC 2008 Double Gold,
    IWSC 2009 Silver,
    SWSC 2009 Double Gold,
    IWSC Double Gold 2010.
    £89.95
  • Suntory Yamazaki Distillers Reserve 43% 70cl
    Yamazaki Single Malt has proved to be one of the most popular Japanese whiskies available today. This new edition the Distillers Reserve has been brought out to relieve sales pressure on the more expensive 12 years old, but provides the perfect example of a great Japanese whisky. Golden in colour with a nose of strawberry, cherry and mizunara wood. The palate has red fruits with a touch of coconut with vanilla and a hint of cinnamon on the finish.
    £53.99
  • Nikka Pure Malt Red 43% 50cl
    Pure Malt Red from Nikka is mainly made up from Malt whisky from the Miyagikyo distillery, so its characteristics follow this distilleries style of fruity. soft malt with gentle vanilla oak.

    £45.99
  • Miyagikyou 12 years old Nikka 45% 70cl
    This whisky is distinguished by a harmony of the aroma of aged casks with sweet hints of vanilla and gently peat. The soft taste is elegantly deepened by a sweet and tangy fruitiness.
    £85.99

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  • Nikka Single Cask 1991 Yoichi 58% 70l
    Another Single cask bottling from Nikka - Yoichi distillery distilled in 1991 and bottled 2009 and cask strength of 58%.
    These single cask bottling have been fantastic and are becoming very collectable.

    Matured malt whisky and grain whisky are blended and then re-casked (a process known as "marriage") to create a rich harmony of distinctly different whiskies. "From the Barrel" is bottled directly from re-casked barrels of whisky and features almost the same alcohol percentage. At 51.4% alcohol content, this whisky possesses a distinctive personality characterized by solidity, depth of taste and a richly expanding aroma.
    £128.13

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  • Nikka Single Cask 1990 Miyagiko 61% 70cl
    Single cask bottling form Miyagiko distillery, ditilled in 1990 and bottled in 2009 and cask strength 61% vol.

    Single cask whisky, with separate bottlings of undiluted whisky from each individual cask distilled and matured at the Miyagikyo distillery in Sendai, allows the drinker to enjoy the unique character of each different cask. Born out of the harsh natural environment of northern Japan, Miyagikyo malt is of a different type than that of Yoichi, and is characterized by its opulent nose and exquisite taste. As the volume of production is limited, these products are for sale in Japan only.
    * In 2004, the Miyagikyo distillery obtained certification from the SMWS (Scotch Malt Whisky Society
    £122.49

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  • Hakushu Heavily Peated Suntory 48% 70cl
    For centuries the art of making malt whisky has begun with barley. This essential raw ingredient is first malted through a careful process of germination. Then everything comes to a standstill as the barley is slowly dried over a peat fire to yield what distillers call Peated malt.
    In Scotland and Ireland, where the story of whisky begins, peat has traditionally been harvested from bogs to keep the home hearth fires burning. In the distillery, the smoke from the peat fire permeates the malted barley which in turn imbues the whisky with its characteristic smoky flavour.
    This smoky flavour is the essence of the key malt that gives Hakushu its distinctive taste. The malted barley that goes into making Hakushu Heavily Peated has been given an extra dose of peat smoke while drying before its slowly fermented in wooden wash backs and carefully distilled in direct fire still pots. The whisky is then stored in American white oak bourbon casks to quietly age in a warehouse nestled deep within the forest.
    Open a bottle and discover the delicate, sweet smoky flavour that is uniquely Hakushu.
    £65.99

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  • The Hakushu Bourbon Barrel 48.2% vol Suntory 70cl
    Hakushu Bourbon Barrel is a superior single malt whisky made from carefully selected Hakushu malts. The distillery where these malts are crafted lies nestled deep within the Hakushu forest, 700 meters above sea leve, in the shadow of the southern Japanese Alps Mt. Kaikomagatake
    £64.99

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  • Suntory Hakushu Distillers Reserve 43% 70cl
    New entry level single malt from the Hakushu distillery in Japan with a nose of peppermint, melon and cucumber leading to a fresh zesty palate and a subtle smoky finish. Excellent value and a good introduction to Japanese whisky.
    £52.95

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