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A single cask Coffey grain whisky from Nikka. Coffey grain is whisky distilled in a Coffey column still, Nikka have had great success with several exquisite Coffey grain whisky in the past. This was distilled on the 15th December 1995 and matured for 14 years in cask number 189470 before bottling on the 14th July 2009. At cask strength.
Nose: Clean and balanced, and opens on buttery toffee, vanilla, spongecake and just a hint of fruit.
Palate: Rounded and creamy, spices, rum, toffee and rye spice left the core of juicy sultanas.
Finish: Good length, crisp and with candy floss notes.
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I thoroughly enjoyed my full bottle. Is it ever to be available again,albeit from a different year/cask?N.
4th December 2013
I love "Perfect Manhattan" made of This whisky.
2nd August 2013
Really enjoyed the flavour of this whisky... Great stuff...
27th December 2012
Given the slightly racist tone to the guy at the top there, I think we can safely ignore the rest of opinion (especially as he seems to think it's wine). This is a remarkably complex whisky, quite unlike anything I've ever tasted. Absolutely sublime. Worth a go on the samples, as I did.
4th October 2011
The particular distillation process makes this whisky unique. Perfect balance and extremely wide range of flavors! Great.
29th March 2011
That's probably why the previous poster thought it tasted off. And the rest of their comment is not even worth reading...
21st March 2011
Its like buying a bottle of Grey Goose thinking you are all classy. The only thing the Japanese can make well is Sake and the Snake alcohol. Stay away from this disease, it takes like a Sumo Wrestler took a dump in the bottle.
11th July 2010