Whisky Malt Nikka From The Barrel 50 Cl
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COLOUR: Copper with gold hue. NOSE: Refined and complex. Floral (lilac), fruity (apricot). Spice notes (clove) with some leather appearing. PALATE: Powerful, firm. Spicy (pepper). Oak aromas evolving on ripe fruits (peach), caramelized apple and flowers (honeysuckle). FINISH: Long. Coastal aromas. Ripe fruits (prune, peach) on a background of oak-infused vanilla notes.
NIKKA SOUR by Stanislav Vadrna
INGREDIENTS: 60 ml of Nikka From the Barrel 25ml of fresh lemon juice 20ml of simple syrup 1 dash of cocktail bitters an egg white Incorporate ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass or tumbler.
Recognized as the “Father of Japanese whisky”, Nikka Whisky founder Masataka Taketsuru shaped the history of Japanese whisky, with the loving support of his Scottish wife Rita.
Already having a long experience in alcohol production, especially rice based, the Japanese discovered the Whisky in 1853 with the arrival of US Commodore Matthew Perry to Tokyo Bay. In 1919, Masataka Taketsuru, son of Sake production family, was recruited by Settsu Shuzo Company to produce the first authentic Japanese Whisky. With a background in chemistry, the young man decides to leave for Scotland in order to discover all the secrets of the production of this Spirit. Shortly before the Second World War, in 1952, Masataka Taketsuru founded Nikka Whisky and established the production of whiskeys in two distilleries currently still running: Yoichi and Miyagikyo.