- Single Grain
- Distillery Bottling
- American White Oak, Spanish Oak, Wine Casks
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 26 Jul 2015 2:53 pm by very_bad_day
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49 × member ratings
156 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Chita Suntory Whisky
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 80.34 points
- This isn't as bad as some of these comments make out. I had a couple of glasses at a mates house last night and found it to be a very nice light and fruity sipping whisky. If this is a bad grain whisky then what is Haig Club?
- Has nothing that makes the Japanese often interesting. If you are at the beginning of your whiskey career, it may be fine. Once you've gained some experience, you inevitably wonder why you're wasting your time and liver capacity.
Alcohol, malt, overripe pear, slightly peach, a bit woody.
Sweet, spicy, pear, a bit bitter. Hardly any strength.
Short, unspectacular finish with cereals, light fruit and slight bitterness.
- 100 Euro for a "whiskey" that only tastes of alcohol (and with good will some honey and light fruits), with no depth and virtually no finish? Not for me!
- Another type of gasoline. In the past, we would have used it to refuel our souped-up mopeds. With a little off-taste, to the exhaust out. Very fluid, lack of sophistication, a bit of straw in the mouth. He is really good for lighting the grill. On the cheap side, but still better than the $ 25 Canadian fry that "Whiskey Pabst" wants to hit us as the whiskey of the year. Still on new German, so that others understand it: you know that nothing good baptism, is blatant booze, man. Make drunk with headweed nexte tag. Selbr blame whom buy. Is good for some hot sausage, burn huge, abr fileicht nothing futtere wurst, because of the same pig wi you selbr!
- Much Tam Tam has been made for this new bottling, but he does not really like anything except alcohol. You do not have to have that.
- Not a very interesting whisky to drink.
Basic grain, very smooth and with almost no taste. Almost only grain and a hint of vanilla.
A highball whisky.