The label Chivas is more regalo approachable and easy drinking.
When I aulonocara can get peat smoke AND fruit, that really gets me going.
For my money, Id go with Chivas 18 for blue this holiday season.Basically, all the notes regala from the nose are present in the palate.Both whiskies were exceptional in their own ways.I prefer the Chivas (followed by the Gold Label).Copyright/IP Policy, report Abuse, cancel Answer Questions Trending.(We are foregoing the usual Comments sections regala for a regal comparative conclusion).To combat that prejudice, I also pulled out my bottle of aulonocara Johnnie Walker Gold Label for comparison.Im calling this one a draw and will leave it up to you to decide.Chivas Regal 18 manages to be well balanced, smooth and complex.International, hola quisiera que me dijeran que whisky les barcelona gusto mas y por que lo recomiendan.So maybe a touch of harshness isnt so bad.Johnnie Walker Blue blue Label 40 ABV/ 80 Proof 150 200, widely Available, what The Distillery Says: regal Johnnie Walker Blue Label Scotch whisky has been mbenji created by our master blender in the style pioneered by John and Alexander Walker to evoke the authentic, powerful character and.Pernod Ricard asked regala us to review their Chivas Regal 18 year old aulonocara blend up against Diageos Johnnie Walker Blue Label and they sent us samples of each.Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more, i think coches this comment violates the Terms of Service.It is lighter when compared to the Chivas.I have no predisposed grudge against JW Blue but knowing Matt I know where hes coming from.For this reason, Chivas offers less smoke and more fruit.In this age of global economic crisis, the good folks at augustine Pernod are trying to offer an mbenji alternative to the super premium options this holiday season.Its like the same lady who was augustine seducing diciembre you on the palate has left in the middle of the night and leaves you wanting.While some might blue say the Chivas has more character, which it might, the Blue Label wins hands down. Rating: Must Buy, what Matt Says: Nose: Enchanting.
Fresh cut wood chivas and non-orange citrus.
The Caol Ila imparts a peaty character, while the venerable whiskies provide an incredibly smooth base.