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A roundup of Canadian whisky and blends, Arran and Paul John Distillery Focus plus Australian whisky supplement
Forty Creek Heart Of Gold
Blended - Canada - 43.00% 8 I loved this for the subtle and delicious flavours. Masterly
JP Wiser's Hopped Whisky
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 7 Tasted blind you could easily mistake this for a Scottish grain whisky
J. P. Wiser's Double Still Rye
Rye - Canada - 43.40% 7 A subtle rye whisky with more than a passing resemblance to an Irish grain whiskey.
Alberta Premium Canadian Rye 25 Years Old
Rye - Canada - 40.00% 8 Aha! it's Canadian. That explains its amenable nature. A different style.
Cadenhead's Canadian Indian Corn 15 Years Old
Single Grain - Canada - 54.90% 7 Quite young and green, with a nice fresh tang, especially when diluted. But this cardboardy flavour hangs on.
Glen Breton Single Malt Whisky Ice 10 Years Old
Single Malt - Canada - 57.20% 7 You have to love its youthful intensity.
Glen Breton Rare 19 Years Old
Single Malt - Canada - 43.00% 7 This whisky shows a pleasant degree of maturity and is fuller bodied than what I would have expected, but it still displays some lovely Canadian graininess.