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Whisky Review: Wiser’s Red Letter Canadian Whisky

Posted by Arctic Wolf on November 11, 2009

Wiser's Red LetterIn 1857  J.P Wiser began making whisky.  This whisky, known as Wiser’s Red Letter Rye, was a huge success and led to the companies original good fortunes both in Canada and the United states.  In 2007 Wiser’s celebrated the 150th anniversary of this success by making a special anniversary bottling of J.P. Wiser’s Original Red Letter Canadian Whisky.  Only 6000 bottles were produced, with all of the whiskey finished for an extra 150 days in virgin white oak casks.  This final finish was similar to the entire aging that the original whisky produced 150 years ago received.

Here is a link to my review of this spectacular whisky:

Review: Wiser’s Red Letter Canadian Whisky

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