Chivas XV is aged for 15 years – and is ready for you to enjoy tonight. Refined, fruity and velvety flavours are laced throughout this blend, complementing our iconic Chivas house style.
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Raise a dram with Chivas XV. This 15-year-old whisky is selectively finished* in cognac casks for a truly luxurious blended Scotch whisky. Get ready to elevate your night. Because success is a blend, in life and in Scotch.
The whiskey first matures for nine years in American white oak barrels, in which bourbon was previously matured, and then carefully divided into two parts. One half continues to mature in bourbon barrels and the other moves to thirty-year-old sherry barrels ‘Matusalem oroloso’. The complex but balanced twelve-year-old whiskey ‘The Dalmore’ is the epitome of Dalmore Distillery style.Aroma: Citrus, chocolate and aromatic spices.Taste: Concentrated citrus, sherry oloroso and a hint of vanilla.Conclusion: Roasted coffee and chocolate.
TASTING NOTESAPPEARANCEClean, brilliant honey amber.NOSEHeavy with rich dried fruit, hints of mint and oranges covered with a dusting of cocoa. Faint vanilla and tobacco spice.TASTERich, chewy, rounded and smooth, with complex citrus, cinnamon and cocoa. Toffee, caramel, chocolate and spice notes abound.FINISHSilky smooth, almost creamy at first with a long, warm satisfying tail.
Only the finest malt and grain whiskies lie within Chivas 12. Within the 12-year-old Scotch whiskies that go into our signature blend you’ll find Strathisla single malt, Strathclyde single grain and more to create a whisky that’s remarkably smooth.Distinctive Speyside flavours of crisp orchard fruits, wild heather and sweet honey can be found in every sip of Chivas 12, with a rich and generous taste that’s synonymous with house style.This classic Scotch taste is perfect for variety of modern drinking styles, whether you prefer it straight, in a highball or creative cocktail.NOSEAn aromatic infusion of wild herbs, heather, honey and orchard fruits.PALATERound and creamy with a full, rich taste of honey and ripe pears alongside vanilla, hazelnut and butterscotch notes.FINISHRich and lingering.
This French variety initially found a home in the Loara Valley, where it was made into the white wines of the Bordeaux region. It later became the number one varietal in New Zealand, a country the name of which has nowadays become used almost synonymously with sauvignon. The varietal is characterised by distinct herbal notes, in warmer climates also by tropical fruit. Styria is no doubt a superb region for sauvignon, testified not least by a series of very good and even excellent sauvignons in our close surroundings.The Kupljen sauvignon does not pursue the variety’s popular intensity and distinct herbal notes; rather, it pursues a certain level of maturity still allowing it to remain fresh, and reserved aromas, which are diverse and typical of the variety. This is a wine that can easily last half a decade or more.