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Chivas Regal 12 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Chivas Regal 12 Year Old

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Chivas Regal 12 Bottling Note

Chivas Regal is a world-famous Scotch blend which was first made in the early 20th century by Chivas Brothers. The company can trace its roots back to 1801, with the opening of a grocers at Number 13 King Street, Aberdeen. Selling luxury food, coffee and spices, it wasn't until half a century later that the company started to make whisky, and then not until post-US Prohibition that Chivas Regal 12 Year Old was first officially released. F. Paul Pacult described Chivas Regal 12 as "the blend for grown-ups", awarding it an impressive 9 out of 10. It's a very apt statement - this is a very refined blended whisky, with herbs, honey and fruit leaping forth on the palate. Regularly lauded by the critics, this is a superb blend in its price category, representing great value for money.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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.

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Chivas Regal 12 Year Old Reviews

One of the great classic blends.

A great blend and cracking value when it's on offer. Sweet, but not too sweet, smooth, but not uninteresting. A classic. Recommended.

17th October 2021

One of the few good blends

If you fed up of the “no age statement”single malts you might want to give this a try! Not bad at all, had a few bottles now and it’s pretty consistent . You can get it for £20 now and then with the old club so you’d be foolish not to try it.

30th September 2021

Not impressed at all

Tastes like some whiskeys that are half of it' price. Very mild taste, you can't tell that there's something that aged 12 years in a barrel.

5th September 2021

Needs literally a teaspoon of water

This whisky is a bit fiery without any water but just a teaspoon this is a lovely tasty whisky. Remember folks some whiskys need a splash to open it up. That goes for malts as well as blends. Don’t knock this for having an edge, add a splash of water. Literally 5ml or under!!

30th August 2021

Good buy if you don’t like peaty

Well worth the money. Won of the best blends.

20th June 2021

Not very smooth

Not very smooth. Heavy on the ethanol! I can taste butterscotch and caramel. Quite spicy on the finish. Just too rough for my liking.

16th May 2021

quick bodge

addendum: If you have some CR 12 to get rid of, I have found that adding it to Ballantine's "Finest" 30/70 improves both. But I strongly suggest that you buy Grant's instead.

3rd May 2021

Bad, cheap whisky.

I do not believe that the many gushing reviews are legitimate. This is grain whisky with a pitifully small amount of single malt. And it's not even decent grain whisky. Just... don't waste your time.

2nd May 2021

My first scotch

Pleasant but somewhat undefinable flavour. Is it toffee or orange? No peat in this. Somewhat sweet but not overly so. Perhaps overpriced but it does have some complexity to it. I started my journey with this and might come back to it one day.
I've seen comparison videos where in a blind tasting they had trouble distinguishing it from Dewar's 12 and JWB, but this is totally different than Black Label (which I really liked). Their only similarity is that they are both premium blends.

18th April 2021

Paint stripper

Burns horribly all the way down. Simply ghastly. Enough to make one teetotal.

16th March 2021

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