Suntory Chita Whisky

70cl / 43%
  • Japanese Single Grain Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Suntory Chita Whisky
Web Exclusive Price £49.95 £41.63 ex VAT (£71.36 per litre)
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Chita is Suntory's grain distillery. The flagship release is aged in a combination of wine, sherry and bourbon casks. This is a light whisky with subtle notes of mint, honey and wood spice.
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Single Grain

Suntory Chita Whisky Reviews

10 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    12 December 2017

    Easy going and very approachable. Definitely a first time whiskey friendly. If you prefer something with a lot more character and distinction, this may not be it. I enjoyed it though.

  • 3
    10 November 2017

    Nothing special. Given the screw-on cork, it feel cheep.

  • 5
    9 November 2017

    lovely stuff

  • 1
    2 November 2017

    Really sorry but this is really Bland with a nasty bitter after taste. The worsed Suntory released in my opinion. Even has a screw on lid. AVOID and invest that bit extra and get yourself a good Yamazaki or Hibiki.

  • 5
    17 August 2017

    In my opinion it's one of the better whiskies with lovely notes and easy to drink ,definately one of my favourites .

  • 5
    8 August 2017


  • 5
    6 July 2017

    An exceptional single grain whisky. Bill Murray knew what he was promoting in Lost in Translation for sure. One of the smoothest whiskys that I have ever tasted.

  • 5
    5 July 2017

    Refreshing summer dram, not to bad of a price for a Suntory. I'm getting mild clear and smooth creme brulee, spiced oak, deep honey, floral with bittersweet notes towards end.... not for everyone but a nice SUMMER dram mmmmmmm

  • 5
    16 June 2017

    Chita is without a doubt my favourite of all the Single Grain Whiskies I have been fortunate enough to sample. It is a superb Whisky to enjoy on a Summer Evening and I hope to always have a bottle on my drinks tray.

  • 4
    5 April 2017

    average 4 for me but that may be down to having a hibiki 17 sat next to it. It's nice and light and has some nice notes. One to have in your Japanese whisky collection