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 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. ★★★★☆

> Odd Society Release 6 Single Malt 40%

Sweet and spicy, with apples, peaches, sweet flowers, malt, and nutty cereal. Slippery mouth with hints of chocolate and halva. Long, sweet spicy finish. ★★★★☆

> Crown Royal Texas Mesquite 40%

Vanilla sweet with a mesquite-smoke undercurrent. Barrel spices with clean dry oak and typical Crown Royal creaminess. ★★★★

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Canadian Whisky News & Views

> 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.

> Canadian Whisky Awards 2018

The verdict is in. A jury of ten independent whisky experts has named Wiser’s 35-year-old the very best of the best.

> Northern Border Collection Rare Releases 2017

Corby showcases Canadian whisky with the Northern Border Collection Rare Release.

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