Chivas Extra 13 Blended Scotch Whisky selectively finished* in Tequila Cask
Introducing the Chivas Extra 13 Tequila Cask. Our blended Scotch whisky is already notoriously smooth – but selectively finishing* our whisky in tequila casks deepens this element to create a blend that’s extraordinarily palatable.
Because blended is better, in life and in Scotch.
This Chivas Extra 13 Blended Scotch Whisky selectively finished* in Tequila Cask is inspired by the Chivas brothers’ 13 King Street Emporium in Aberdeen, where they imported different spirits, exotic spices, and luxury food items from across the globe. Imparting its own unique combination of characteristics onto the Chivas blend, this finish brings new and contrasting flavour notes to the spirit for the first time.
STEP INTO A WORLD OF EXTRA SMOOTH FLAVOURS
After 13 years of maturation, our blended Scotch whisky receives a uniquely selective finish* in tequila casks. Discover the exciting new flavours in Chivas Extra 13 Tequila Cask for a contemporary and exceptional drinking experience.
Selectively finishing* our Scotch blend in tequila barrels doesn’t result in a tequila flavoured whisky; instead, it intensifies the smooth notes of our blend for a heightened taste exploration. This revolutionary blend brings a new way to enjoy whisky to the table.
A delicate, mellow medley with light fruity vanilla notes, lifted by a touch of refreshing grapefruit and exotic pineapple.
*A portion of this blended Scotch whisky has been finished in Tequila casks.
“At Chivas we believe that blended is better – and nowhere is this more evident than with our new collection, which blends exceptional Scotch with a diverse, internationally-inspired palette of flavours.” Sandy Hyslop, Director of Blending at Chivas.
Our remarkable Extra 13 Tequila Cask features artwork by renowned street artist Greg Gossel. The artwork is a colourful blend of our Chivas Regal heritage with footage of the 13 King Street Emporium together with traditional Mexican craft. Vibrant Aztec patterns and iconic Día de los Muertos skulls – adorned with shades of reds and greens to represent the Mexican flag – intertwine together in this unique tribute.