Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021

Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021

Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021

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Introducing the Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021 – an exquisite expression of Japanese craftsmanship that transcends the ordinary. Distilled with precision at the Miyagikyo Distillery, this limited edition single malt whisky captivates the senses with its distinctive peated character, showcasing the artistry of the renowned Nikka Whisky.

Craftsmanship: Crafted at the Miyagikyo Distillery nestled in the picturesque Miyagi Prefecture, each bottle of Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021 represents the dedication of the master distillers who carefully selected the finest ingredients and employed traditional Japanese whisky-making techniques. The peat used in the distillation process is sourced from the northern regions of Scotland, adding a unique dimension to this expression.

Limited Edition Release: Released as a limited edition, the Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021 is a collector's dream, embodying the essence of innovation and tradition in Japanese whisky craftsmanship. With only a select number of bottles available, this release is a testament to the commitment of Nikka Whisky to deliver exceptional, exclusive experiences to whisky connoisseurs around the world.

Packaging: Housed in an elegant and minimalist bottle, the Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021 pays homage to Japanese aesthetics. The label features the iconic Miyagikyo logo and provides essential details about the whisky, ensuring that the focus remains on the liquid gold within.

Experience the artistry and tradition of Japanese whisky with Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021 – a limited edition release that embodies the soul of Nikka Whisky's dedication to perfection. Indulge in a sensory journey that captures the essence of Miyagi Prefecture's terroir and the mastery of Japanese whisky craftsmanship.

Radiant amber with golden hues, the Miyagikyo Single Malt Peated 2021 entices the eye with its alluring and rich visual allure, hinting at the complexity within.

As you bring the glass to your nose, a gentle wisp of peat smoke gracefully greets you, interwoven with the sweetness of caramelized fruit. Delicate floral undertones emerge, evoking the essence of a tranquil Japanese garden. With each inhalation, subtle hints of vanilla and oak unveil themselves, promising a harmonious symphony of flavors.

The first sip introduces a beautifully orchestrated dance of flavors on the palate. The peat takes center stage, revealing its earthy and smoky nature, perfectly balanced by the sweetness of honeyed malt. Notes of ripe orchard fruits emerge, adding a luscious dimension to the experience. A gentle warmth spreads across the tongue, accentuating the intricate layers of spice, from a touch of cinnamon to a hint of black pepper.

The finish is long and satisfying, with the peat lingering on the palate like a fading memory of a tranquil bonfire. Oaky tannins gently embrace the taste buds, leaving a subtle dryness that harmonizes with the enduring echoes of vanilla and a touch of citrus zest. A truly memorable conclusion to a captivating whisky journey.

Miyagikyo malts are described as elegant and fruity. Made from light peated and non-peated malted barley, whiskies distilled in pot stills heated by indirect steam express a signature fruitiness and delicate mouthfeel.
And this non-age statement whisky shares its name with the distillery. Nikka used to make a variety of age-statement Miyagikyo whiskies. But those have all been discontinued, and the NAS and some limited releases are all that's left.The first stage in the production of malt whisky involves the steeping of malted barley in hot water to extract soluble sugars. The liquid wort is drained off to be fermented and distilled. The residue which remains is Distillers Malt Draff.It operates from the Yoichi and Miyagikyo distilleries, and also owns Ben Nevis. Nikka produces a wide range of single malt, grain and blended whiskies. They are distilled in copper pot stills and matured in a variety of cask types - including ex-bourbon, ex-sherry and even mizunara.
Japanese single malt whisky is made in much the same way as its Scottish counterpart, with malted barley as the primary grain, pot still distillation, and oak cask ageing. However, the Japanese approach is characterised by meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to craftsmanship at every stage of the process.
Peated whisky is given a smoky flavour by compounds which are released by the peat fires used to dry malted barley. The Length and intensity of exposure to the peat smoke dictates the strength of this flavour as do the characteristics of the peat itself.
Located at the base of Mount Fuji, this Kirin-owned distillery is the largest distillery in the world, producing 12 million litres of whisky each year.
A distillery makes hard alcohol like whiskey, gin, vodka, rum, etc. The process of making distilled spirits starts off much of the same as making beer. We start by combining some basic ingredients such as grains, yeast & water. Of course each product's recipe varies.

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