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Poised and slightly peaty. Pure Malt White is a blended malt with whisky from Nikka's excellent distilleries. Really recommend this.
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Nice smoky and burnt flavors without the medicinal iodine thingy.Lovely sweet oak sap, barrel char and big juicy apricots
17th June 2016
Fruity at first then a lingering smokey finish.
6th May 2016
I bought this whisky in the Warsaw duty free shop and went to the cashier. He just exclaimed "Wow" and thought I've made a good choice. I opened it some days later 'cause I was anxious to taste it and compare it to Connemara that I like so much.I found it proportionally smoky, quite complex, a bit fruity and with a smooth aroma.I like it a lot, a use to taste my whiskies in small glasses and take some sips. This is good stuff, just try it.I haven't found someone to go crazy with this whisky but maybe you will...?I haven't tasted the other versions of Nikka, but it maybe be Worth doing it and compare.
4th January 2016
Candy like to the front and melts to your burning gums.
9th January 2015
Fiery hot with strong peat taste, clears the nose and heats the throat ... good and strong ... look forward to trying the 'Black' label and others from this area.
18th October 2014
what a gem, medium peat and smoke, a salty and a smooth full mouthful, long briny finish, absolutely delicious. If you like Bruichladdich or Talisker then this is something you will appreciate.
8th November 2013
This blend has plenty to offer. It is indeed quite peaty, as mentioned. Not quite the kick in the face you'd get from Laphroaig but certainly enough to get your nose in. There are other facets too, with plenty of sweetness and a decent finish. It may not be the world's greatest but it proves that you shouldn't overlook something just because it's not single malt.
26th April 2011
I was given a taster set of this for christmas and the white is stunning, tarmaccy, like a laphroaig! Wonderful
8th January 2011