Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Whisky Review: Canadian Club Small Batch Classic 12 yrs
Plastic/Silicon stopper that was made to look like cork.
Oak, Caramel and an astingency/alcohol swab.
Sweet oak, big time caramel, I mean a lot of caramel that makes me think I am tasting the E150 that was undoubtedly added to make the color darker. The caramel is too sweet and almost synthetic. Oak is here as well as chocolate flavor powdered Nestle's Quik. Christmas cake, rum notes.
Length is medium, consisting of an astringency/bitterness that is a mix of rubbing alcohol and oak. A little creme brulee?
This is very smooth, caramel dominated whisky with some chocolate powder and creme brulee followed by an astringency/bitterness of the grapefruit pith variety. The whisky is not horrible, but not exceptional by any means. I really think this should be used as mix and nothing more. Not great neat. I cannot recommend this whisky for sipping. As a mix it works with ginger ale and as the ingredient whisky base of cocktails.
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