Chita Suntory Whisky

Chita Suntory WhiskySuntory exceeds at making various kinds of grain whiskies, and by blending these together has managed to achieve a light-bodied yet complete grain whisky.

Introducing the Serenity of Japanese Whisky. An unrivaled balance of complexity, subtlety and refinement in grain whisky with a distinctively versatile taste profile from the award winning House of Suntory Whisky.

The Chita distillery boasts an unparalleled range of grain whiskies. The house of Suntory Whisky is a House of Master Blenders. The Chita grain distillery was built in Chita Peninsula in 1972. The grain whiskies produced in Chita distillery have a characteristic of mild and smooth aroma, and these whiskies play an important role in supporting Suntory’s whisky production. Equipped with continuous stills, the Chita Distillery produces three types of grain whisky: clean (slightly sweet), medium (well-balanced with a cereal aroma) and heavy (full-bodies).

Maturation and craftsmanship are the source of soothing comfort. The three types of grain whisky are matured in various casks. The grain whisky matured in white oak is blended with whiskies matured in Spanish oak and wine casks. Suntory’s Fourth Chief Blender, Shinji Fukuyo is the man behind Chita’s delicate and luminous esprit. His artistry is what defines the signature balance and harmony of all Suntory whiskies.

Tasting Notes:

Colour: Bright gold

Nose: Creme brulee, cardamon, acacia honey, blossoming rose

Palate: Mild and smooth, hint of mint, deep honey

Finish: Clean and clear, spiced oak with subtle bittersweet notes

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.suntory.com

*Info taken from bottle

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