Nikka Taketsuru 17 Year Old Pure Malt
- Reviews (4)
It starts with a nose of tropical fruit, which moves on to a palate accompanied by vanilla, cacao, and rich oak. Nikka has every reason to be proud of the Taketsuru 17 year old; at the World Whiskies Awards it has taken home the award for the ‘Best Blended Malt Whisky’ quite a few times. Aren’t you itching to try it? Go ahead.
Glenn Thomas –
I recently tried the Nikka Taketsuru 17-Year-Old Pure Malt and I was blown away by its complex and rich flavor profile. From the first sip, I was transported to a world of smooth vanilla, warm oak, and a hint of smoke. The 17 years of aging in both bourbon and sherry casks has resulted in a harmonious blend of sweetness and earthiness. I highly recommend this Japanese whisky to anyone looking for a premium drinking experience.
James Reich –
The Nikka Taketsuru 17-Year-Old Pure Malt is simply stunning. The aroma alone is enough to impress, with notes of fruit, honey, and spices, but it’s the taste that truly sets it apart. The sip is smooth and luxurious, with a gentle sweetness that is balanced by the smoky finish. I was thoroughly impressed by the depth of flavor and would definitely consider it a must-try for any whisky enthusiast.
Laurence Brumfield –
I’ve been a fan of Japanese whisky for a while now, and the Nikka Taketsuru 17-Year-Old Pure Malt is one of the best I’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting. The balance of flavors is impeccable, with a smooth and creamy mouthfeel that is complemented by the bold, yet not overpowering, finish. If you’re looking for a high-quality, well-aged whisky, I highly recommend the Nikka Taketsuru 17-Year-Old Pure Malt.
Jamal Lee –
I was gifted a bottle of the Nikka Taketsuru 17-Year-Old Pure Malt and I couldn’t have been more thrilled. From the moment I uncorked the bottle, I was hit with a rich and inviting aroma that promised a delightful drinking experience. And I was not disappointed. The blend of flavors is simply breathtaking, with notes of vanilla, oak, and a hint of smoke that are perfectly balanced. I would definitely recommend this Japanese whisky to anyone looking for a truly premium drinking experience.