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Nikka Days Whisky - Ginza Berlin

Nikka Days Whisky


Normal price €39,90

Unit price€57,00 per l

incl. VAT plus shipping / delivery time: 2-4 working days

The Nikka Days is a blend of over 100 different qualities, also slightly peated whiskies, and convinces connoisseurs and whisky beginners alike. The Nikka Days is particularly soft and balanced. A taste experience of grain, caramel and roasted nuts, which mix with gentle peat notes and are paired with floral-fruity hints of apricot and vanilla in the finish. 

The majority of the Nikka Days Whisky is the Nikka Coffey Grain as well as the malt whiskies from the Miyagikyo Distillery on Japan's main island of Honshu. 

Japanese Whisky
Net quantity: 700 ml
Alk.: 40% vol
Distribution only to persons of full age

About Nikka

Nikka Whisky Distilling Co Ltd was founded in 1934 by Masataka Taketsuru, also known as the father of Japanese whisky. He was the first Japanese to study the fine art of whisky making in Scotland. His family had already owned a sake brewery since 1733, he actually wanted to follow in his father's footsteps. But the fascination for whisky grabbed him and so he was drawn to Scotland, where he became a student of chemical science at the University of Glasgow. Through numerous apprenticeships and internships at various prestigious distilleries in Scotland, he learned the whisky craft first hand from master distillers and became a Master Blender. With this knowledge, he went back to Japan and opened his first distillery, Yiochi, on the island of Hokkaido in the early 1930s, where traditional Scotch-style distilling is still celebrated today. In 1969, Taketsuru opened the second Nikka distillery, Miyagikyo.
The first Nikka whisky was launched in 1940. Taketsuru's ambition was to produce high quality Japanese whisky and to educate the Japanese to become whisky connoisseurs. He never lost this ambition and managed to create complex whiskies with graceful notes that are still the appeal of Nikka whiskies today. After his death in 1979, his adopted son Takeshi Taketsuru took over the management of the company, today Nikka belongs to the Asahi group.

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