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  • Whisky Nikka Taketsuru 21 ans Whisky Nikka Taketsuru 21 ans

21 ans - Taketsuru - Nikka - Japanese whiskey

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Cuvee informations :
Color : Amber
Cuvee's name : 21 ans - Taketsuru
Producer : Nikka
Appellation : Japanese whiskey
Capacity : 70 cl


Simply "the best pure malt in the world" for Whisky Magazine!

Color: old gold with green highlights.

Nose: firm, lively. A mixture of frangipane, heady flowers (iris, honeysuckle), candied citrus (lemon, orange) and salt, it is particularly powerful.     It evolves on vanilla, new oak and on menthol and herbaceous notes (fresh tobacco). Finally, the liquorice confines to the oily peat and the gentian gives it a pleasant bitterness.

Palate: soft, balanced. Placed forward, its spices (girofle, nutmeg) are growing in strength. Praline and dried fruits (almond, cashew nuts) calm his ardor. From now on, ripe fruits (pear, apple), vanilla and exotic fruits (pineapple, khaki) can be expressed freely. Citrus fruits have been soaked in sugar.

Final: long, tender. It is alanguit on freshly cut grass, badiane and green liquorice. Peat is just a memory. It is a gourmet, and extends to mocha, acacia honey and green mint. Its saline character gradually takes on the ascendancy.

A real concentration of pleasure.

Additional Information

Product reference 14608
Type of products Liquor
Vintage No
Country Japan
Region Foreign
Appellation Japanese whiskey
Cuvee's name 21 ans - Taketsuru
Title supplement No
Speciality No
Stock information Definitive break
Producer Nikka
Capacity 70 cl
Sweetness index No
Main style No
Alcohol Percent 43
Grape varieties No
Main grape variety No
Production limitée No
Box type 6
Box type No
Organic wines No
Color Amber
Consumption recommendation No