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Nikka Coffey Malt Whisky

(70cl, 45%)

Nikka Coffey Malt Whisky

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Nikka Coffey Malt Bottling Note

While most distilleries use their Coffey stills only to make grain whisky, Nikka use the two Coffey stills at their Miyagikyo distillery to create malt whisky too. The Nikka Coffey Malt Whisky was introduced to their selection of expressions in 2014. Plenty rich and flavoursome, it's a wonderful addition to Nikka's fantastic range.

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Nikka Coffey Malt Whisky Reviews

Great brew, a special indulgence for every whiskey aficionado

Despite its 45% alcohol all the divine whiskey qualities prevail. I'm not looking for bananas, caramel and exotic tastes, its a real Whiskey as it should be. Enjoyable from the first touch, it's true that will be more magnetic to Irish and bourbon whiskey aficionados. A great brew, value for money certainly.

14th January 2023

Not bad

After trying the coffey grain, thought i would try this. Good but not as good as the Grain Less flavour.

2nd January 2023

A top notch Japanese whiskey.

This has long been my favourite of the Japanese whiskies I’ve tried. Not for the faint hearted, for sure, but robust and full of exciting flavour.

5th December 2022

Yes yes yes

Delicious! Strong banana on the nose which I love. One of my favourites

3rd November 2022

Sweet but deep and complex

Beautifully sweet but complex and lingering. Almost salted caramel flavours for me. Can't stop myself from going for another dram every time.

30th March 2022

Lovely straight - Amazing as an Old fashioned base

A sweet whisky that is very nice by itself - as is the grain version. I am not sure I’d compare these to Scottish/Irish/American whiskies though. They are their own thing.

Where this bad boy really shines is in an old fashioned though. But make sure you add half the amount of sugar you normally would! My recipe is 2oz of this, 2dash bitters and 1/2 tsp of 1:1 simple syrup. Garnish with flames orange peel.

25th October 2021

Caramel Whisky

An incredible sweet carmamel flavored whisky witth some hints of Citrus and white chocolate.

Very smooth and delightful finish.

That being said , this whisky is not for everyone; If you dislike sweet and soft whisky, this won't be for you.

27th January 2021

Deliciousness par excellence

The previous reviewer needs a smell and palate transplant. This is one of the most delicious whiskys around. Sweet, citrussy, caramel poured over ripe fruits, all sorts of loveliness in a glencairn. One of my must have daily drams.

22nd December 2020


This is perhaps the worst whisky I've ever tasted. I've tried it multiple times--neat, ice, letting it sit for a while, adding drops of water, but every time, I tasted nothing but medicine.

15th December 2020

New dimension

I found this whisky to be a complete new dimension of malted barley distillate. Neither japanese or scotch, just a thing on its own. Extreamly malty, deep and mellow, sweet, though elegant and layered.
May be a somewhat similar to Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban, but more elaborated and elegant.

18th October 2020

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