The Miyagikyo is Nikka’s second distillery, having opened up Sendai in 1969. Miyagikyo’s different natural environment, and the use of steam heat distillation, as opposed to coal, results in a malt whisky with a different character from that of Yoichi. Consequently, whiskies from the distillery are known to be distinctively mild and fruity compared to the more powerful taste of Yoichi. This awesome whisky is even more fruity than your average bottle. If you want your whisky fruity and rich, then this is the bottle you have been looking for!
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DESCRIPTION A hugely sought after 17 year old from Ardbeg - long discontinued and sorely missed! Bottle 1 Condition:There is some wear to the box. Fill level at base of...
DESCRIPTION A hugely sought after 17 year old from Ardbeg - long discontinued and sorely missed! Bottle 2 Condition:There is only minimal wear and tear to the box. Fill level...
DESCRIPTION A lovely bottle of Ardbeg with a very plain label but pristine label. This bottle is probably from the 1960s. 80°proof / 26 2/3 fl oz TASTING NOTES (by...
DESCRIPTION Bottled in 1996, this 'Guaranteed' 30 year old Ardbeg was one of the last releases by Allied distillers before Glenmorangie's Takeover in 1997. This release of 30 year old...