A personal favorite of Al Capone, this whiskey was born in Detroit but moved to Windsor, Canada during Prohibition (it just had to move to the other side of the river.)
A bright, glossy golden pour that yields mainly sweet aromas of vanilla, crème brûlée and candied citrus fruits. Soft and oily mouthfeel, medium to full bodied. Warmer and boozier than the 40% ABV forecasted, probably due to a lack of crispness (this is more of a mixer, I'd say.) Medium-lasting sweet finish.