Jim Murray scored different batches of Pure Malt Black with 92 and 95 points respectively. This is a great dram, a blended malt made up of whisky from Nikka's Yoichi and Miyagikyo distilleries. Full of fruit, balanced oak, peat and toffee.
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This is a wonderful whisky! fruit,peat spice, and hints of coffee and dark chocolate open up when swallowed. oily and coats your tongue. i feel like a VIP when i drink this stuff, damn the Japs, this is top quality!
12th October 2014
I love this one. Seems to be simple at the first sip to open up with every next. Too complex or me (positively) to name all the tastes and smells I can feel (I blame the lack of proper tasting training). In short: amazing for a blend. Or rather the perfect example that blends can be great, too. 8/10 for me.
19th June 2014
Delicious, interesting and smooth. There's interesting tastes of bertie basset based treat's, a little saline. Well done Nikka.
16th April 2014
Have some, watch your tongue smile after the first sip
Keep in your mouth for a good few seconds, then swallow
It will slowly jab your taste buds..
Love it... Steve Mcgiff Cornwall...
17th January 2014
Received a bottle as a gift a very nice surprise unknown to myself this whisky was thinner than the malts i usually drink but has a wonderful flavour with a strong kick very much like penderyn whiskey.
30th December 2013
Like someone has matured the spirit with sticking plasters!
16th October 2013
If you like very well balanced with all obvious elements of smoke, peat, fruit, wood and sweet all working together perfectly then this is a beast. I could sniff this all day & sip this all night. It has an addictive nose (yes i do go to the cupboard and pull the cork sniff and put the cork back on many times with this one), beautiful taste and great long fade finish......I don't know what else can be asked for in a whisky?.........well 70cl instead of 50cl maybe!