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Nikka Gold and Gold Samurai Kabuto Limited Edition set

Product Code: 9427
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£ 302.38
Nikka Gold and Gold Samurai Kabuto Limited Edition set
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Nikka Gold & Gold Samurai bottling, a Nikka Japanese blended whisky from the Yoichi distillery. Complete with removable samurai armour and helmet.


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Alcohol Volume- 45 %

Bottle Size- 70 cl

Type- Whisky

Country Of Origin- Japan

Brand- Nikka

Condition- New

Availability- In stock

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Next Available Dispatch Date 13 July, 2020

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