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Nose is light, floral grain and vanilla, with a little peppery spice. Vanilla oak, orange, and light brown sugar. Thin body and not that much rye spiciness in the mouth or finish--surprising given this is 100% rye. Finish is sweet, citrus, dry grassy, and gone quickly. A classic light-body Canadian (rye) whisky profile.
Easy to drink neat, with ice it thins quickly, and it will mix without much competition to other cocktail ingredients given that this is 40% ABV. Meh... but the price is easy.
Canadian ryes just can't quite measure up to their US counterparts and this one is no exception. There is some rye spice, but it lacks the body and roundness of US ryes and also has a bit of cardboard character.
Wonderful rye. In Kentucky, one of the best value whiskey around for about $20.00. The only thing off-putting about this is the Carmel coloring, which does not look natural. Would love to see a straight version of this rye. Well done Alberta and Canadian Club.
Nose: vanilla, cereal notes, rye spice, sweet malt, citrusy orange zest, baking spices, easy going and not overly complicated. Taste: rye spice upfront and fairly solid, baking spices with a slightly pepper finish, a little herbal like bitterness as well on the finish. Overall, a decent sipper for the budget. Very good for mixers, say like Coke perhaps?