Suntory The Chita Single Grain Japanese Whisky 700ml

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Continuing 40 years of excellence in distilling Japanese grain whiskies, The Chita is the first single grain whisky from the House of Suntory Whisky. In 1972, on the shores of the Chita peninsula, Keizo Saji, Suntory’s second Master Blender built a distillery dedicated to creating the highest quality Japanese grain whisky.

With versatile flavours and exquisite balance, Chita grain whiskies have traditionally been used as the "dashi" or broth that enhances the harmony of Suntory blends. Through continuous research and innovation, Chita’s grain whiskies have achieved an unrivaled sophistication and a level of complexity that lets them finally take centre stage. 

Tasting Note: Bright gold colour. Nose of creme brulee, cardamom, acacia honey, blossoming rose. Palate is mild and smooth, hint of mint, deep honey. Clean and clear finish, spiced oak with subtle bittersweet notes.

Additional Details

SKU:
14884-GB-UNIT
Age:
No Age Statement
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Japan
Alcohol %:
43
Style:
Blended
Varietal:
Japanese Whisky

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