The most appealing barrel tones accented by peppery spices, high fruity esters and dark fruits, in a lush, creamy body. ★★★★★

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> JP Wiser’s Canada 2018 – 43.3%

Round, creamy butterscotch, fragrant flowers, clean wood, sweet baking spices, then peppery rye fading into a sweet citrus flavours. ★★★★★

> Gibson’s Finest Rare 12 – Canada Day 2018 40%

Butterscotch, crisp clean oakiness, peppery spice, citrus fruit. Creamy with baking spices, then bitter citrus pith and black tea. ★★★★

> JP Wisers Seasoned Oak 48%

Clean dry exotic woods, dried figs, marmalade, brisk peppers and rye spices, Bounty chocolate bars, fresh firewood. Very unusual. ★★★★★

> Glynnevan Cabot Triple Barrelled Canadian Rye 45%

Sweet heat and very flavourful. Rich dark rum brisk spices and strong barrel tones with camphor and cinnamon. Body is robust and muscular body. ★★★★☆

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Canadian Whisky News & Views

> BarChef Toasted Old-Fashioned Cocktail

For a relaxing day you just can’t beat summer reading while sipping a spicy, floral Toasted Old-Fashioned from BarChef.

> JP Wiser’s Old-Fashioned Whisky Cocktail

It’s cottage season in Canada and if you’d rather sun on the dock than mix cocktails, Wiser’s has a pre-mixed Old Fashioned to keep in the cooler.

> Forty Creek Unity

“Unity,” is the special release for 2018 from Forty Creek Distillery in Grimsby, Canada. Orders for numbered bottles close on May 25, 2018. The whisky will be available at the distillery and in stores beginning in September.

> 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.

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