What's in a name? Chivas 21 Year Old Royal Salute - Sapphire Flagon whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Chivas 21 Year Old Royal Salute - Sapphire Flagon whiskey, rather than whisky.
smooth is the feeling, pack after pack and considering none other than this.
4th April 2014
I had intended ordering 50,00 bottles for the Embassy. That was untill I tasted the gut rot.
23rd January 2014
Bought this for a special occasion to share with family. We're not serious scotch drinkers by any stretch of the imagination, but we all relaxed immediately after the pour. Our conversation turned to how how smooth and pleasant this scotch was, and how much we enjoyed it. While the initial intent was to have one celebratory drink and put it away for a later occasion, we couldn't resist a second pour. We all thought the nose was sweet with hints of floral and honey, and the experience was smooth from start to finish. It lasted a good long time on the palette, as well. A MUCH better experience than what I had with a previous bottle of Johnny Walker Blue.
25th December 2013
Hello there! If you could please put all the information you have on the bottle (state of it, level of fill, seal state) in to an email to our Purchasing Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) and mention that you'd like to have the price in Rands, they will be more than happy to help you out. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
2nd December 2013
I have had a bottle of Royal Salute 21 year old - Sapphire Flagan whisky for about 20 years. I would like to sell it now , what would be a fair price in Rands?
29th November 2013
I'm now on my 4th flagon of R.S. Maroon, green, blue and now another maroon. It's my down time treat, only 2-3 times a year. My dear wife buys me a new one on special occasions.
7th August 2013
Just been given a bottle of this nectar by my son for my 60th..stunning smooth rich, yet delicate little or no afterburn...just the right amount of sherry and a whiff of peat Canonise the blender
JIm SWeeney Motherwell
18th June 2013
for the above
11th March 2013
Was given the opportunity to try this at some scottish friend's house. It was a retirement present for the wife's father. They must have thought a lot of him because it took me completely by surprise. Beautiful balanced, lovely sweet with orange and peach. With a smoothness I have never experienced from any other malt whisky blended or single. In a word fabulous, the trouble is I don't want to go back to drinking "ordinary" malts after that.
VERY SMOOTH RICH TASTE - NOT TOO PEATY - ONE OF THE BEST
22nd November 2012
top notch beats most if not all malts
6th May 2012
VERRY NICE SLIGHT PEATY TASTE
ONE OF THE BEST
16th November 2011