The Japanese Whisky producer Nikka launched its blended Whisky with its own Samurai helmet and armour. This version is called "Shirobin" (White Bottle) Gold & Gold Samurai, though the label is all black. The design of the label is as it was back in the 1970's when Nikka first launched its Gold & Gold expression.
Quite peculiar bottle that doesn't leave you indifferent. Love it or hate it, the Japanese always have something new and different up their kimono sleeve.
|Classification||Blended Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||43.0%/ 75cl|
DESCRIPTION This strong Japanese blend aged in bourbon barrels comes from the blend of two Nikka single malts — Miyagikyo and Yoichi — and a single grain whisky. Nikka from...
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