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I must first say that Canadian whiskey has come a long way since the days when we were the chief supplier of alcohol during the prohibition era. It’s not just for mixing any more. For some time Canadian distillers have been focusing their efforts on creating first class whiskeys for the more discerning whisky-whiskey drinker. I think they have created many such products for consumers to enjoy. This is one example.
On the nose gentle toffee and caramel, toasty vanilla. As it enters the mouth smooth, sweet toffee and caramel. This becomes quite easy to drink and enjoy. At 40%, a gentle pleasure and is to be enjoyed neat. It will not blow you away but rather you can just sip, enjoy and want for more.