Togouchi Blended Whisky 8 Years Old. It is a blend of grain spirits that have been matured over eight years in a Togochi cellar with a citrus aroma and a spiciness that reminds you of the fresh greenery in Togochi and malt whiskey with a well balanced peat fragrance and a soft sweetness like vanilla and chocolate. This whisky has been finished with a clear and dry taste and has earthy mineral characteristics and the fragrance of young grass.
Color:A light golden colour
Nose:At first, one picks up a strong spicy aroma with earthy overtones followed by the smoky aroma of peat.
Palate:It has a clean and dry taste. A spicy aroma that reminds you of young grass accentuates the dryness.
Finish:A spicy and smoky peat aroma dominate the aftertaste.
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