FiGee Fine Goods is the official importer and distributor in Switzerland of premium spirits and wine from around the world. We specialize in artisanal, exclusive, limited edition, rarities and independent bottlers.
Gold and Gold is composed of a blend of grain and malt whiskies, distilled both in Pot and Coffey stills. Originally introduced in 1968 but after being out of the market for a while it got redesigned and released to travel retail outlets.
This limited edition is presented in a removable plastic samurai armour, its creative design makes it the ideal addition to a whisky collection.
Sophisticated and precise, conveying notes of malted barley with hints of vanilla and caramel. Influenced by the ageing in bourbon barrels, it begins with a citrus aroma, a touch of beer yeast, hops & smoke, combined with fine aromas of sherry oak.
A set of Japanese single malts presented in an elegant gift box. Both whiskies were finished in Caribbean rum casks for over 12 months. The set includes one 70cl bottle of Yoichi and one 70cl Miyagikyo.
Back in 2015, the Nikka distillery announced the discontinuation of the series of age statement whiskies, as stocks were too low to be produced, now only a few bottles available worldwide. A wonderful whisky, bold and peaty, made from 100% malted barley, aged in ex-Bourbon and Mizunara casks. 93 points in the Jim Murray Whisky Bible.
This is a very special release and limited edition from Nikka bottled in 1986, presented in a handmade Arita-Yaki Imari porcelain decanter with a lid shaped like a lantern, and traditional paintings of flowers. The ideal addition to a collection of rare whisky bottles. Please note the fracture on the lid
Malty and rich with the gentle character of a Coffey Grain whisky. Composed of a blend of whiskies from the Yoichi and Miyagikyo distilleries. The asymmetric neck of the bottle is inspired by a Kimono, representing the layers of tradition.
Made from 100% malted barley, using a unique distillation method. The barley is distilled in a “Coffey still” - a traditional continuous still, from the Miyagikyo Distillery - which is normally used to produce grain whisky. This process yields to a robust and harmonious whisky.
The Miyagikyo malts are heated by indirect steam, at a much lower temperature that allows slower distillation. Resulting in aromatic and less peaty whiskies.