Scotch Single Malt - Deluxe Blend - 2013
International Wine & Spirit Competition
What's in a name? Chivas Regal 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Chivas Regal 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: A creamy, aromatic melange of vanilla custard, hints of aniseed, lemon curd and butter toffee. Wood shavings and dried banana chips develop with just a hint of cassis.
Palate: More of those banana chips showing through on the palate, this time there's a creamy hit of barley malt too, pepped up with a little allspice. Notes of ground walnut and caramel.
Finish: Light spice and black pepper on the tail. Lingering notes of cereal sweetness.
Overall: A spicy, beautifully balanced blend. Lots going on here.
Slick Ric likes it
18th February 2014
It's ok. A supplier gave me a 1/5 Asa. Gift. Asked him to give me JW black label next year or I am switching suppliers.
I mentioned in my review for JW Black that it and this formed the gateway of my interest in scotch.
Has more of a bite than Black, which is why I prefer this. I don't know if this is frowned upon (some guy looked at me with disgust when I did this), but I poured a generous bit of this in my cappuccino and it tasted amazing.
31st January 2014
And whisky is really good.
26th January 2014
Very quite good taste. For me even it is better than Hennessy VS cognac.
19th January 2014
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14th October 2013
what wouldpbe the total cost, including shipping, if any for 1 liter bottle of chivas 12/18 YO
Bought a bottle and did not like the bland flavour, although well made and of good balance. Also purchased 20cl Caol Ila 12 that was too thin, so added 10cc to the 2/3 of remaining Chivas. Wow! What an improvement. It adds some decent top notes and transforms Chivas into a terrific blend.
23rd September 2013
Hey! If you could pop all that information into an email to our purchasing team (firstname.lastname@example.org), they will be more than happy to help you out! --The Chaps at Master of Malt
12th August 2013
I have a bottle of Chivas Regal from 1944 or 1945. The General Wines and Spirits, NY, NY seal is #155480892 Any idea what it may be worth??
11th August 2013
In family party it's just cool(or hot)
17th July 2013
I repeat, it is no big deal. More to the bland side with nothng interesting either in the nose or the taste. If there is woody note at all, it must be balsa
13th July 2013
Somewhat commercialized, yet still a good, solid Scotch Whisky.
9th July 2013
Smooth, Sweet with a Woody Finish. Simply Wonderful & Extremely Satisfying..
20th June 2013
This is a pretty solid middle-of-the-road blend, and certainly a good entry to quality scotch blends. Just a hint of smoke, sweet but definitely not cloying, a little bit of complexity.
However, I think it's a bit too expensive for what it is. There are similarly good blends (Teachers, Black Bottle) for less money, or better blends for about the same price (Johnnie Walker Black).
10th June 2013
Не стоит и 20-ой части уплаченных денег! Обжигает нижнюю часть языка, спирт. Ненавижу бленды.
(Translation using Google Translate: It is not necessary and the 20th of the money paid! Burns the lower part of the tongue, alcohol. I hate the nose.)
8th June 2013
First time dipping into a scotch that costs more than thirty dollars.
I was very impressed at how much more complex it was in comparison to other whiskys I've tried.
On the nose and on the taste, there is a heavy presence of what I can only describe as soap. And yet, it's still a very good whisky, but I think there must be many others that are better in the same price range.
22nd May 2013
people who say its cheap need to fix up!!! its better than anything I've had. chivas Regal is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
29th April 2013
New aviation transport regulations have made it very difficult to ship outside the UK and Europe recently. Shipping to Australia is currently unavailable, but we are working on a solution which should be ready within the next few weeks so please do check back regularly. - The Chaps at Master of Malt
26th March 2013
I'm from Sydney Australia do you deliver here.
25th March 2013
It's smooth on the rocks or not. I really don't like any whiskey on the rocks but I like to see the taste differences. There is better, but this a good start. I my self just started to drink whiskey. Do like Johnnie Walker.
22nd September 2012
it's a good blend. It is overrated but still it makes for a good decent whiskey.
23rd August 2012
Did not worth the money. Never buying this one again
6th August 2012
Hadn't had Chivas for 20 years, saw a half bottle knocked down to less than a tenner so I though why not? Glad I did, a really pleasant drop, if you can get over the single vs blended snobbery. On taste alone I thought is was very good and would buy again.
6th March 2012
Sweet, Smooth and a hint of woodiness. Loved it..
8th February 2012
A really fine blend that you can spend time with finding touches of, amongst the usual stuff, a little smoke, salt and lavender. But, OMG, the lable and box! Hand me my buckler serf for I will forego to the Co-Op.(other supermarkets apply and can be smite'd equally)
1st March 2011
12 yr - "premium" vs. "blended" - what's the difference? Had a 1.75 litre (with handle on bottle) with "premium scotch whiskey" on label. Just bought another 1.75 litre (with no handle) with "blended scotch whiskey" on label.
7th August 2010
i like it
26th May 2010
Had a hope for a classy dram but this was not quite that. It's a bit cheapy, I mean a strong burn feeling, a tad bland nose and lack of complexity on the palate. I enjoyed Dewar's White Label & Teacher's much more.
8th December 2009