Price: 4.43 € - 48.80 €
A grain whisky by Nikka, the Japanese whisky-giant. The Nikka Coffey Grain is made mostly from corn and mainly from using their continuous Coffey stills at the Miyagikyo distillery.
This is one of the best value for money whiskies in the world. We are simply staggered by the complexity and depth of this whisky. At this price point, it would be hard to recommend other whiskies for a remotely similar price.
The Yoichi 10 is a lightly peated single malt, which offers a great balance and oily mouthfeel with rich vanilla and fruit and only just a hint of peat. This is surely a must have when exploring the Japanese whisky scene.
The entry level single malt from the White Oak distillery, owned by Eigashima, is a great example of the heavily Scotch influenced Japanese whisky making. It’s bottled non-chill-filtered at 46%.
This is one of two Distiller’s Reserve single malt whiskies from Suntory, released in 2014. This whisky features a lot of different casks, like Bordeaux wine, Sherry casks and Mizunara casks. All of these different casks blend together and creates...
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