Taketsuru 35 Year Old 75cl

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DISTILLERY: YOICHI AND MIYAGIKYO
AGE: 35 YEAR OLD
REGION: JAPAN
BOTTLER: OFFICIAL
BOTTLED STRENGTH: 43%
BOTTLE SIZE: 75CL
DISTILLERY STATUS: OPERATIONAL

Taketsuru 35 Year Old 75cl

Nikka was founded in 1934 by Masataka Taketsuru, a former Suntory employee who had studied at the University of Glasgow, and later trained as a blender at the now lost Hazelburn distillery in Campbeltown. Taketsuru opened the Yoichi distillery in the same year as establishing the company, followed by the Nishinomaya and Miyagikyo distilleries in 1959 and 1969, respectively. Since 1989 the company has also has also had a stake in the Scotch whisky industry after they purchased the struggling Ben Nevis distillery. Today they are one of the second largest whisky producer in Japan.

The Nikka Taketsuru range marries single malt Japanese whisky produced at the company's Yoichi and Miyagikyo distilleries.

This 35 year old is the oldest available and originally reserved for the Japanese market.

One of only 1000 bottles.