The Chita Suntory Whisky 700mL

$105.00 each


Suntory Chita is a single grain whisky produced by Suntory, one of Japan's most renowned and respected whisky producers. Unlike single malt whisky, which is made from malted barley and produced at a single distillery, single grain whisky is made from grains other than malted barley and can be sourced from multiple distilleries. Here are some key features of Suntory Chita: Grain Whisky: Suntory Chita is made primarily from corn and distilled in continuous column stills, a method commonly used for producing grain whisky. This results in a lighter and smoother style of whisky compared to single malt whisky. Distillery: Chita is the name of the distillery where this single grain whisky is produced. The Chita Distillery is located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Taste Profile: Suntory Chita is known for its delicate and elegant flavor profile. It often exhibits notes of vanilla, honey, citrus, and subtle floral undertones. Blending Component: While Suntory Chita can be enjoyed on its own, it is also used as an important component in Suntory's blended whiskies, such as the renowned Hibiki blended whisky. The addition of Chita whisky adds depth and complexity to the final blend. Highball Whisky: Suntory Chita is often used to create whisky highballs, a popular way of enjoying whisky in Japan. A whisky highball typically consists of whisky, sparkling water, and ice, resulting in a refreshing and effervescent drink. Suntory is highly regarded for its dedication to whisky-making and blending excellence. Suntory Chita showcases the versatility and craftsmanship of grain whisky, contributing to the brand's diverse portfolio of quality whiskies.

Tasting Notes

Mild and smooth, hint of mint, deep honey.

Product Details

Alcohol By Volume 43%
Standard Drinks Approx. 24
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