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Maple syrup, vanilla, oak, marzipan, suggestions of red fruits and floral rye notes. Luxurious creamy mouthfeel and developing hot peppery spices. Complex and beautifully balanced. ★★★★★

Canadian Whisky Reviews

> Lohin McKinnon 43%

Malty with cereal notes, mild honey, tree fruits, gentle spices and a creamy mouthfeel. ★★★☆

> Crown Royal Cornerstone Blend 40.3%

Spicy, sweet, fruity and floral. Rye spices, rye grain and fresh-cut cedar. The fruity notes turn tropical with mango, papaya and bananas. Chocolate tones that linger just below the surface fade slowly away.

> My Very Own Crown Royal

Dark ripe fruit, lively spices, clean crisp oak, simmering white pepper and citrus zest all wrapped in luscious butterscotch. Big, big whisky.

> Dillon’s Rye Whisky 59%

Hot, and sweet with dark fruits, creamy cereals, hints of pansies. Burley tobacco takes it into the lower registers as do hints of oak. A bright, lively, potent, but not overly complex whisky, with a sweet and fruity finish.★★★★☆

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Canadian Whisky News & Views

> Canadian Whisky Awards 2017 Best in the World

The results of the 7th annual Canadian Whisky Awards 2017. Whisky of the Year, Masterson’s 10 Year Old Rye Batch PSA3.

> A Journalist’s Primer on Canadian Whisky

This primer is a carefully researched overview of key points about Canadian whisky to assist journalists and others. It may be quoted freely with credit to the author.

> My Very Own Crown Royal

Dark ripe fruit, lively spices, clean crisp oak, simmering white pepper and citrus zest all wrapped in luscious butterscotch. Big, big whisky.

> Why is Canadian whisky called rye?

Is Canadian whisky really “rye”? You bet it is, and that’s the way it has been for some 200 years now.

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