N: Let’s see how Chichibu is developing four years on from the 2009 3yo WB. Theres a smoke [peat?] element here along with that broadly collective tomato/Worcestershire sauce/tamari taste i haven't officially committed an abbreviated name to yet, although TWT is certainly in the running. its raisin central here with a sherry-sulphur note and dark, rootsy [below the earth] notes.
T: Lots of raisins, sherried raisins.
F: Moves into gooey confectionary now. Young oak shows
C: Good nose, and lots of wood action thereafter. After three Chichibu’s, it wouldn't be right if we didn't have at least one Hanyu. Lets finish with one of the 'last vintages' WB.
Scores a B[-]