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A richly indulgent blended Scotch whisky from longtime favourite, Chivas. The Chivas Regal 18 Year Old was personally created by Master Blender Colin Scott, including over 20 single malts from around Scotland. The IWSC 2014 Trophy winning blended Scotch whisky.
Nose: Balanced. Orange peel, malted barley. Vanilla fudge, touch of spice.
Palate: Medium body, marmalade, dark chocolate, touch of wood.
Finish: Long, well-balanced, spice emanating from the oak.
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its a excelent drink
27th March 2017
19th March 2017
Excellent whisky and amazing how many more complex flavours you get with a decent blend compared to single malt! You can see why it's won so many awards!
16th March 2017
28th February 2017
Best in class
18th January 2017
21st December 2016
Smooth, and excellent in all respects!
21st November 2016
Try this: Buy a bottle of Chivas 18.Buy a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue.Try them both.Go back to the store and buy another bottle.I bet you'll grab the Chivas. For the price, it beats the best.
10th November 2016
26th October 2016
Amazing how the 5* reviews are all barely a few words. My favourite is "ever been the best blended whisky of all time... " I guess the Chivas brothers never went to school.My favourite words are 'planted review'
21st October 2016
nicely balanced, easy drinking. approachable in every way. This would be a good whisky to introduce a non-whisky drinkers to scotch.
14th October 2016
Absolutely beautiful the best there is in my opinion ...
3rd October 2016
Ever been the best blended whisky of all time....
30th August 2016
My second bottle and the sweetest way to relax when I want to drift off. Smooth lingering finish I really like after a few icy cold flem cutters beforehand.
16th August 2016
Below average - at best. Perhaps the worst 18 y/o I have ever tasted. Nose is promising: excellent grain, spicy oak & some sherry influence. First sip & it all changes with milk chocolate orange, spoiled by an unpleasant bitter / sour back note. Finish is short and returns to the sherry tones. OK, its 18 y/o hence the rounded depth which is good - but the bitterness is why I wont buy again - its simply not a good blend The artificial tango suntal colour is offputting. And why a miserley 40% when 46% would have helped this shine?
1st August 2016
Firstly let me say I like this a lot. I think there is some quite old sherried malt in there.Secondly, I drink a wide range of whiskies of all styles from all parts of the world. I often end up with bottles of the less expensive malt whiskies with maybe 100mls left and I don't really want to drink it, so I have adopted a tactic of pouring the last remnants of these bottles into a decanter to mix them together. This creates a blended malt of mysterious provenance and it's fun to pour it for friends and listen to them trying to guess what it is.Thirdly, the contents of that decanter are very similar to the Chivas 18. Smooth, balanced, mildly sherried, a satisfying dram, easy to drink.Fourthly, what that tells me is that the Chivas 18 is about as good as a random mix of 12 year old malts with the odd touch of A'Bunadh thrown in.Compared to other, mainstream blended whiskies, this is excellent. But at £10 a bottle more than say The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso cask strength? £7 more than Arran malt 14 yrs? Nah.I still like it though.
14th June 2016
Great blend with great nose and taste. Leaves the 12YO far behind!
19th May 2016
5th March 2016
Very nice dram.
18th February 2016
21st January 2016
Nailed it! I can't remember the last time I a dram of Chivas, but I saw this at a great price. Picked it up, and a week later, the 18 Year is almost gone. I loved this so much, I gave it to my son as a Christmas gift. Way to go Chivas!
29th December 2015
I am a single malt man ,But this is Absolutely a must try, very smooth and goes down really well ,Chivas 18 has got me .
17th December 2015
6th December 2015
26th November 2015
Started with this scotch and love it. One of the best and I’ve tasted more expensive. Very smooth with just the tight amount of burn.
19th November 2015
For a bleneded scotch, superb! I agree with the comment made below. I would much rather have an excellent blended scotch than a "that was ok" single malt. I have this at home, and Chivas is one of my "go-to" scotch.Kris
29th October 2015
I'm a huge fan of Chivas 25 - simply one of the best blends in the world, and hugely satisfying, but I had never tried the 18 year old, which is available at about a quarter of the price. It's a lovely drink, thick, creamy, full of taste, with a slightly spicy, quite dry finish. It is smooth, as expected, but not in the same league as the 25. Happy I've tried it, and will enjoy this bottle, but I'll stick to the 25 from now on.
18th February 2015
title says it all. Chivas 18 is one of the best scotch you can get at about 18 USD. Period.
15th February 2015
I'm a single malt snob. It affects my rating. If this were a single malt that was "tastes exactly like new Air Jordans", I may give it as high as a 9. Given it's just a blend, I think "really all they can do is make it taste like a pair of new sneaks?" but also think it's decently drinkable and not too expensive, so give it a 7. Though it's not all that cheap either. Likely won't buy again regardless; too much else in the world.
17th January 2015
superb!perfect balance between orange and wood
11th January 2015
Call me names but I take spirit with water or ice allowed to melt a little or as much as it takes for me to feel some of what these professionals are expressing in their tasting notes.This one is rich and spicy and the first blend I've really enjoyed which is to say I'm going now to pour another.
9th January 2015
I have always been a Makers Mark drinker (started with Jack), but this is simply amazing. Anyone who mixes this with anything but an ice cube, should be skinned alive. I can only imagine what the 25 year old tastes like, this is just plane superb !!!!!!
23rd December 2014
This wins head to head against single malts like Aberlour 12 (great woody with some moderate alcoholic burn which i suprisingly like here), Glenfiddich 12 (average fruity malt), Glenfidich solera vat 15 (probably the best nose, but not delivering on the palate as it is on the nose, but still a great one), Glenlivet 12 (good stuff, but I kind of got bored after 5 bottles or so). The triple (2 vs 1) fight against chivas 12 (my everyday drink, but I think it is losing its touch lately, or maybe it was just a rotten batch in a small 0.05 l. bottle) and JWB 12 (better then Chivas 12 lately, almost a little to sweet, but hides that sweetness with some smokiness), was also won super easy. Win against cognacs (Martell, Martell VSOP, Courvoisier, Hennessy and Remy Martin VSOP) was also super easy. A side note just that maybe Hennessy came close, but still very far away. I like Remy Martin also, but just a little to much alcoholic burn to my taste. Which I enjoy sometimes, but not always. The only battle that was really a though one to call a winner, was a head to head to Laphroaig 10, which is a love/hate kinda a thing (but a true masterpiece to my nose and taste), and I was going back and forth, smokiness and superstrong taste from Laphroaig 10 was trying to prevail, but after I was drink water, sniffing coffee, and finally deciding at the end, that Chivas 18 is way better. Chivas 18 gold signature is really like liquid gold. Sweet, super smooth, just the right amount of smokiness and sweetness, and when you "wash" your mouth with it, it leaves that rich long lasting finish...Mmmmm....
6th December 2014
The best of Chivas. High standard. Very smooth and classy.
15th November 2014
Although I prefer single malts, this is the best blended whisky with JW green. Go for it. Smooth...
11th November 2014
Soy amante de los single malt, pero este blended es increible
17th October 2014
top shelf!! cracks me up with the whole "dried fruit and dark chocolate" comments if you want that go get a cherry ripe. if you want a good scotch this is it!!
16th August 2014
Ms. Dung said it is good
27th May 2014
one of my favourites, very smooth and in my opinion best served with one ice cube.
9th May 2014
Not much on the nose, palate very smooth with a woody malty, peppery smoky finish, slight fruitiness
26th December 2013
Very smooth, spicy flavour. Wasn't expecting much from this whisky but I was very pleasantly surprised.
17th December 2013
10th December 2013
Gentle on the palate with a sophisticated after taste....
10th October 2013
Very the soooooooonnn....
25th September 2013
EXCELLENT STUFF.TRY IT STRAIGHT.
26th April 2013
Un profumo eccellente e un gusto Incredibile
6th February 2013
Has a faint smoky flavour near the end through the dark chocolate and dried fruits, fantastic!
9th January 2013
better than 12yo but at 18 years could be smoother, for a little more you could have Glenlivet 18
17th December 2012
im not a whisky drinker, but youve got me
19th March 2012
18 years old, the king of Whisky
8th March 2012
zanesha gaidam chera inghad gerune
8th November 2011
30th June 2011
Good for the money. It's definitely worth the extra £20 to get the fantastic 21 year aged Chivas Royal Salute.
7th February 2011
Packed with flavour, dried fruit and bitter chocolate. Worth every penny.
6th November 2010
7th April 2010