Togouchi 18 Years Old 70cl 43.8°

Distillery : Chugoku-jozo / Country : Japan / Reference: : 22868

The Chugoku Jozo distillery offers an amazing, rich and complex experience with Togouchi 18 Years-Old. Resulting from a combination of Scotch and Canadian whiskies aged in oak casks for at least eighteen years, at the heart of the West Chugoky moutain range, Japan, this blended whisky offers a rich and round texture with an intensely oaky and spicy aromatic palette.

Togouchi 18 Years Old is a beautiful Japanese expression, achievement of the skillful art of Chugoku Jozo Master Blenders.

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Volume0.7 L
ABV43.8 °
TypeBlended Whisky
Age18 years
MaturationOak Casks
PeatNon Peated
PackagingCardboard Box

Togouchi whisky is produced by the Chugoku Jozo distillery. Founded in 1918 at the heart of a mountainous region, nor far from Hiroshima, Chugoku Jozo first produced sake and shochu and then turned to whisky ageing and blending when it developed into the Empire of the Rising Sun.

Malt and grain whiskies entering the composition of Togouchi come from Canada and Scotland. The distillery operates the ageing, blending and bottling processes in Japan.

The Togouchi range is aged in a unique area, at the heart of the mountainous region of West Chugoku. Casks are stocked in a 387 meters long tunnel, carved in the 1970’s. The interior stays at a steady temperature of 14°C all year long, making that tunnel an ideal location to age whiskies. Fresh spring water fetched at the heart of the mountains of the Sandankyo natural park is used to dilute whisky for the bottling.

The history of Japanese whisky starts with Masataka Taketsuru, who spent two years in Scotland after World War II to learn the art of distilling. On his return, Shijiro Torii, founder of Suntory, relies on his knowledge to build the Yamazaki distillery in 1924. Taketsuru takes off and establishes his own company, Nikka. Whisky production really boomed after the Second World War, when the Japanese started to enjoy whisky.

Colour: bright gold.

Nose: sweet and fruity notes of grenade, pear and caramel aromas with an edge of lemon.

Palate: rich and malty, opens on a spicy and woody profile perfectly mingled with fruity aromas of peach, cherry and nutmeg.

Finish: lingering onto light and spicy notes.