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0.70 ltr. 40.00%
In 1836, James and John Chivas left their home in the countryside to live. Aberdeen James was an assistant in a supermarket for selling delicacies, wine, liquor and other beverages. In 1841 James bought the place and began to concentrate on wines and spirits. James and John started bottling their own Scotch whiskey. In 1843, Chivas was officially appointed as purveyor to Her Majesty the Queen. Chivas James died in 1886, his son Alexander took over the business and continued to propagate the "Chivas Brothers philosophy. ' namely the blending of the best whiskeys matured. In 1936, the company has a 'limited liability company', was recorded as Chivas Brothers Ltd.. In 1950, Chivas Brothers was looking for a good supplier of fine malt whiskeys. Strathisla Distillery in Keith, the oldest and most beautiful distillery in the Scottish Highlands, turned out to be. Most obvious choice Nowadays Strathisla still the home and heart of Chivas Regal.
James Chivas (1810-1886), the founder of the 200-year old company Chivas Brothers, was one of the first to blending whiskey to an art exalted. He made this include use of the renowned malt whiskey from the Strathisla Distillery. Since that time, Chivas Brothers has dedicated himself to the very best. Scotch whiskey And with success, judging by the huge popularity of Chivas Regal, the largest and most deluxe drank whiskey in the world. At the base are the best malt and graanwhiskies, who have each one matured for at least 12 years in oak barrels. Typically the high content of single malts. The result is a superlative whiskey, with the fullest and richest flavor, easy to appreciate.
Color: amber gold
Aroma: tones of sherry and nuts, soft
Taste: balanced with a slight smokiness and a honeyed roundness
Finish: long, soft, subtle
This is classic. Easy start for your Whisky-hobby. 0-5 points-scale i will give 3 points.
Apple juice with vanilla and a whiff of honey.
Mainly vanilla and caramel. Furthermore pear, spice and vaguely some red fruits from a sherry cask. Also still quite a lot of 'straight' spirit from the grain whisky in it.
Caramel, vanilla, apple, a little candy and a tiny whiff of smoke.
One of the most drinkable cheap blends. Though cheap is relative of course if for a few euros more you can get a single malt that's way better than this. At least, this is a blend that you don't have to mix with coke to make it drinkable.
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