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Togouchi 18 Year Old (43.8%) Whisky

(70cl, 43.8%)

Togouchi 18 Year Old (43.8%)

Togouchi 18yo 43.8% Bottling Note

Chugoku Jozo's 18 year old whisky blended in Japan from Scottish malt and Canadian grain. Part of the Togouchi range, it's aged in a railway tunnel rather than a warehouse! This is the 43.8% abv bottling.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fragrant oak and thyme honey, with a hint of brandied cherry underneath.

Palate: Sultana and dried apricot, floral barley, stem ginger and a touch of baking spices.

Finish: Runny caramel and cereal. Hints of vanilla and orange peel.

Reviews for Togouchi 18 Year Old (43.8%)
unbelievably suck
How come this kind whisky exists even?!
4 years ago
4 years ago
Overall its a good blended whisky but for the pricetag I'd rather go for Hibiki Harmony.
Nose: Fruity, non-complex, some honey. Reminds me of Hibiki Harmony.

Taste: Apricot and flowers. Hint of berries.

Finish: Fruits, liquorice. Short finish.

I tried this one at a bar in Stockholm (Akkurat). The bottle itself was half-empty but the bartender said it shouldn't be a problem since they bought the bottle and had it for 5 months.
, Sweden
4 years ago

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