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Canadian Club is one of our northerly brother's distilleries who supplied us during our time of need. (Prohibition in the U.S.)
Canadian Club Classic 12 Small Batch (I think this is one of the longer names for a whisk(e)y.
Batch No. C12-238
Color: Caramel (Almost too perfect in color)
Nose: Vanilla, caramel, creme brulee, sweet cream, gentle winter spices, small notes of stone fruits (peaches?)
Body: Medium-Heavy. It has a bit of a creamy texture on the tongue. Nice for only 40%.
Taste: Drier and more heated on the palate. Notes of rye spice, dusty oak, winter spice, caramel apples, and nutty components (cashews?).
Finish: Medium length. Rye spice and continued creamy cashews.
Overall: Better than the last Canadians (blended whisky) I've had. A good batch but not a great one.