Ultimate Beverage Challenge 87 points - This whisky starts off with delicate aromas of hazelnut, toffee and smoky oak on the nose and leads into honey-toned notes of grain and vanilla flavors in the mouth with a slight hint of orange zest. Delicate and mellow finish with notes of honey.
Honeysuckle, vanilla and toffee on the nose. Delightful grainy notes in the mouth open up into honey and orange peel. Very mellow finish with honey shining through. (Apr 2014)
Canadian whiskies are known for their smooth, light taste. They are blended whiskies made from barley, corn and rye grains. Stylistically, Canadian whisky has some of the smokey flavor of bourbon, but its smoothness is closer to Scotch.
It isn't as distinctive as either, but that is probably what most consumers like about it. It mixes well in any cocktail calling for whiskey, and if you prefer your liquor straight or neat, then the taste won't blow you away.