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Nikka the Tailored Whiskey 43% - 700ml

Marque : Nikka

Sku:1011248

Usual price 99.00 €
Promotional price 99.00 € Usual price
Unit price 141.43 €  by  l
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A precise and delicate assembly embodies all the know-how of the Nikka house. The bousing of barrels gives it smoked notes which perfectly come its fruity, miéllés and caramel notes which evokes vanilla, creating a unique bitter harmony which associates the delicacy of Coffey Grain with the finesse of Miyagiikyo, it is this association which gives him his name "The Tailored", "tailor -made", this unique whiskey can be enjoyed pure, on the rocks or with a cigar.

Nikka The Tailored is the brand's only whiskey to do directly in Japan: its bottle evokes the shape of a kimono, while the label recalls the Japanese OBI. The other Whiskys from Nikka mainly have a contemporary and Western approach.
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Alcohol, malted distillate, cereal distillate, malted distillate yeast, cereal distillate

Keep out of light, in a dry and temperate place.

Having grown up in a family of brewers, Masatake Tatketsuru has mastered fermentation techniques from an early age. In 1918, he left for Scotland to learn the techniques of whiskey manufacturing with a copper alambic: first the single malt, then the signl grain. Back in Japan, he met his Scottish wife, who teaches English by Shinjiro Tori. Very enthusiastic about the idea that Masatake mastered the techniques of manufacturing sake and whiskey, they decided to found together in 1924 the first whiskey distillery in Japan: Yamazaki which will become Suntory. After an argument between the two men, Masatake decides to open his own distillery in 1934 in Yoichi: "Dai Japanese Kajû", which begins by producing apple cars in order to make its stills work and make them profitable. He then drops the letters his business to keep only the ni and the ka, thus forming "nikka". His whiskey was only distributed in Japan, which made it very rare in the West. In 2001, a Frenchman brought back a Le Yoichi in France, thus launching the fashion of Japanese whiskeys in Europe.

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