Chivas Regal 18 Year Old

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Premium aged mix of some of Scotland's finest whiskies with an above-average proportion of malt and an extended ageing period producing a truly fine blend.
18 Year Old


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Nutmeg Nutmeg
  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Oak Oak
  • Dried Fruit Dried Fruit

Chivas Regal 18 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Billy A

    Nose: Lightly sour fruit (cherries and raspberries), with milky coffee, chocolate touches and oaky vanilla.

    Palate: Oak focused, with cinnamon and nutmeg spice, hints of dried fruit, and lashings of vanilla. A touch of water opens it up to reveal a creamy mouthfeel as well as touches of linseed oil and woody spice.

    Finish: Medium length and warming, with oaky spice.

20 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    6 February

    Bought this exactly 12 months ago at the whisky exchange. I just finished my second bottle. This is to this date still the best whisky I have ever tasted! This whisky works with dinner, dessert or infront of the television! Not great with cigars though, cause it's not very smokey and that makes the transition to rough according to me! Would recommend if you want a whisky that is really good at a fare price!

  • 5
    16 November 2015

    Heavenly notes to both nose and palate and smooth,lingering after taste.

  • 4
    3 August 2015

    v nice

  • 5
    10 June 2015

    Fantastic. 18 year old bottle is the one

  • 5
    29 November 2014

    One of the greatest whisky I have tasted very smooth and flavoured, very pleasurable and enjoyable to drink

  • AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD. 15 January 2014

    Great blended Scotch. Smooth. Balanced.

  • jmal 12 September 2012

    fantastic whisky

  • Anonymous 2 August 2012

    I wouldn't call it a great blend, let alone it is far from being excellent; however, it is significantly more mature and hence has a more mature character than its 12 YO brother (more depth & complexity). If I were to buy a Chivas, this would be my choice.

  • Anonymous 30 March 2012

    The 18 yo is the best damned bottle out there. Hands down

  • oerner 6 January 2011

    The sense of depth and the lasting woody taste combined with smoothness, to me, makes this Chivas unrivaled.

  • rico 28 December 2010

    This is not bad whisky though in this age range try instead Ballantines 17 YO.

  • Jason's Scotch Whisky Reviews 30 August 2010

    It's sweet, smooth to the point of being boring and a tad bit grainy on the finish! Totally inoffensive. So many great vatted blends and single malts at same price point. Look elsewhere.

  • Tudval 11 August 2010

    I found the 12 yo quite unexciting, but this one is in a different class. It does have that touch of grain whiskey flavor, which in a way (for me) makes it more classic scotch than a malt, it's round and supple, but I find myself wanting it on the rocks.

  • Steve 9 April 2010

    I gave this bottle a try. Given its age its quite rich, and smooth. Less harsh than the 12 year. Not overly complex, there's some woody oak, vanilla, caramel, maybe hints of spice. Pretty good.

  • Anonymous 23 December 2009

    the best whiskey in the a trip of thailand i bout it from air port and found the real smoth taste of a scotch whiskey

  • matt13 25 November 2009

    A girlfriend bought me this as a birthday present as I love the 12yr old. I have to say I didn't find much improvement and was left disappointed as a result. I'd prefer two bottles of the 12yr old. Tasting wise, the review above mentioning a woody taste is bang on the money and, as ever with Chivas, the smoothness and balance is superb.PS - try Lochan Ora liqueur.

  • Anonymous 23 December 2008

    best whisky I taste this far I started only 2 y ago

  • harry 26 June 2008

    An outstanding whisky. My favorite of the Chivas line--superior to the 12 year old.

  • manmohan jain 5 December 2007

    i fogot to put my name for yesterdays review

  • Anonymous 4 December 2007

    fantastic whisky, can tell the maturity over the 12 yr old juniour brother, leaves a lingering woody taste on the rocks