Nose - Toasted/baked apple skins, cloves, black tea, oaked chardonnay, dark amber honey. Taste - Dried lightly medicinal jujubes, honeyed black tea, light toasted spice, baked apples, hint of black pepper spice. Finish - Light bitterness of oversteeped black tea, linger sweet/sour of jujubes, fading baked apple tart/sweetness. Score - 77/100 Final Thoughts - So the Mizunara finish on this one is somewhat minimal in that it does add a tiny bit of extra spice as well as this oddly medicinal (but pleasant) taste like that of dried jujubes, but manages to maintain a large part of the apple goodness I get from the standard Chivas Regal. Definitely tasty and worth trying if you get the chance, but I would not go out of my way to look for this one.