Trying to please too many people therefore has no individuality, other than aggression.
Blended Canadian Whisky
No age statement
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Red grape, fruit kernel, quite lean. Citrus zest, touch of lavender and a little metallic. Water makes it akin to cold stewed tea. Firm. Green.
Palate: You almost don't notice it in the mouth to begin with. Dumbed down with water. Bland.
Finish: Firm and a touch edgy.
Comment: Trying to please too many people therefore has no individuality, other than aggression.
Nose: Fruity. A touch of rose scent. Sweet vanilla rises up with a hint of marzipan. Apple skin.
Palate: Sweet but crisp. Peach cooked in vanilla. Dusty spices.
Finish: Dry, spicy, quite lingering.
Comment: Probably rich in rye. Quite a nice sweet and sour profile. With a good oaky frame. An unusual taste which reminds French gin spirit.
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