Gooderham & Worts Three Grain Little Trinity 17 Year
Gooderham & Worts // Ontario, Canada
Close to the former Gooderham & Worts distillery is the Little Trinity Anglican Church. William Gooderham built the church in 1843 so his staff wouldn’t have to pay pew fees elsewhere – a cash grab common at the time. This 17-year-old whisky celebrates Gooderham’s selflessness with a trinity blend of corn, rye and wheat whiskies. Each composed from a variety of distilling skills and barrel types. It’s part of the 2017 Northern Borders Rare Collection. Limited availability in Canada with a very limited allocation in Europe and the US.
CanadianDISTILLED IN CANADA AND AGED IN BARRELS FOR AT LEAST THREE YEARS; OFTEN (BUT NOT ALWAYS) CANADIAN WHISKIES ARE BLENDS OF CORN, BARLEY, AND RYE WHISKIES WHICH WERE DISTILLED AND MATURED SEPARATELY. TRADITIONALLY, CANADIAN WHISKEY IS CALLED “RYE”, ALTHOUGH NO MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF RYE-GRAIN WHISKY IS REQUIRED IN A BLEND.
Cask Typeex-bourbon and virgin oak
"Master Blender Dr. Don Livermore must moonlight as a tightrope walker to fill this bottle with so much poise and balance. This dazzling sipper has a touch of malty rye bread, warm rye spices, vanilla, dried fruit and dusty oak that shift to the palate giving the flavors of all food groups. A honeyed nuttiness pins down the rye spices through the finish. A very complex blend that doesn’t require a safety net."