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Chivas Regal 12 Year Old (43%) (Boxed) - 1970s

(75cl, 43%)

Chivas Regal 12 Year Old (43%) (Boxed) - 1970s

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Chivas Regal 43% 1970s Bottling Note

A bottle of Chivas Regal 12 Year Old dates back to the 1970s, complete with its original box that tricks you into thinking it's made of metal. It's not.

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Chivas Regal 12 Year Old (43%) (Boxed) - 1970s Reviews

Worth trying if you can for a reasonable price.

Scored a bottle from a private collection. Very, very, very good. The extra 3% alcohol provides additional body and flavour. There appears to be no added colouring. Quite typical of earlier blended whiskies of the same strength. Very happy to have bought a 1ltr bottle for $AU 65 just the other day.

29th November 2020

I Love it

The Best ever Scotch i have tasted

3rd October 2017

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