This single grain whisky was made with diverse unblended whisky brewing techniques and master craftsmanship developed over many years at the Chita Distillery in Aichi Prefecture. It features a light taste and delicately sweet fragrance.
The design features black calligraphy that expresses the distinctive qualities of Japanese whisky set on a white Japanese washi paper label representing the light flavor. Source: Suntory
Sight: Suntory’s name carries a reputation. Initially we tried to figure out which grain it’s made of because there's a little icon in the bottle that looks like a corncob. The whiskey is very light colored.
Aroma: Initially boozy but it lightens up to reveal a deeper aroma after left breathing for a few minutes, still on the gentle side of the scope. No smoke. Fruity. Vanilla.
Flavour: Sweet and clean on the palate. Incredibly smooth. Very easy to drink. Not a lot of complexity. Soft and nice.
Finish: Flat and short. Not too much to tell.
Overall a nice and gentle dram. Something very typical of Japanese whiskeys. Subtle.
|Style||Single Grain Whisky|