|Pure Malt Black (Alcohol : 43%)|
Mainly composed of Yoichi distillery malt, Black is characterized by powerful peat, rich taste and firm flavor. It's rich and sweet, with lots of black fruit, dark chocolate, and a little polished oak. More substantial than the Red, with an extra layer of smokiness and greater depth and power on the palate. Peppery on the finish. "Black" is a pure malt made primarily with Yoichi malt and has a solid bold taste.
|Pure Malt Red (Alcohol : 43%) |
Mainly composed of Miyagikyo distillery malt, Red is characterized by lightly sweet vanilla nose and a soft and gentle taste. It's light and fragrant, with faint hints of pineapple, fresh apple, pear and a gentle almond-like-oakiness. This delicacy continues on the palate, along with a light citruc finish. "Red" is made primarily with malt from Miyagikyo distillery and has a soft, delicate flavor.
|Pure Malt White (Alcohol : 43%)|
Mainly composed of malt of the Scottish island of Islay, White has a strong peaty nose reminiscent of seaweed and iodine, and a soft but deep taste. The smokiest member of the trio, with plenty of salt spray, fragrant dried lavender, and soot on the nose, and the same herbal, oily note as From The Barrel. The palate is rich and soapy. "White" is a pure malt whisky made mainly with Islay, Scotland type malt and has a heavy, peaty essence.
|Coffee Grain (Alcohol : 40%)|
This Grain Whisky is distilled in a "Coffey still", which is a very traditional and rare patent still Nikka imported from Scotland in 1963. The Coffey still produces a complex whisky with a mellow and sweet taste originating from the grain itself. Please enjoy the uniqueness of this whisky which Nikka offers to the connoisseurs.
(Damn! My eyelashes are so volume and long here)
You guys can give it a try if you can eat spicy. =)