Togouchi Blended Whisky. A grain whisky with different features (an unblended whisky with a soft sweetness and an unblended whisky with rich minerals and grains) blends a well balanced peat aroma and a malt whisky that has a soft sweetness like vanilla and chocolate. Utilize the youthfulness, the whisky has been finished with a light flavour but comes with a kick.
Color: A light golden colour
Nose: It has a youthful aroma, but a slight peaty aroma can be noticed followed by sweet honey, nuts and corn flakes.
Palate: It’s has a light and mild taste. A sweet aroma that reminds you of grains and honey gives you a mellow feeling.
Finish: The slightly peaty aroma dominates the aftertaste.
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