Easy going and middle of the road, but needs another layer of complexity to lift it into greatness. Bryan Adams.
Reserve, 10 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Mellow toffee sweetness with cooked fruits, honey/syrup, apple and a whiff of camphor.
Palate: Soft, round and silky with lifted orange/tangerine notes.
Finish: Tingling. The toffee comes back.
Comment: Easy going and middle of the road, but needs another layer of complexity to lift it into greatness. Bryan Adams.
Nose: Fruity. Rye. Smoky.
Palate: Bigger, rounder, spicier.
Finish: Spicier, drier.
Comment: Straight-ahead Canadian whisky, as I remember it from my early days as an eclectic drinker.
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