Whisky Review: Wiser’s Small Batch Canadian Whisky
Posted by Arctic Wolf on April 30, 2010
Over the next several months, I plan to complete a review series of Wiser’s Canadian Whiskies I will start with a relatively new member to the Wiser’s portfolio, the Wiser’s Small Batch Canadian Whisky, and then I will wander through their whisky family, reviewing the Wiser’s Special Blend, The Wiser’s Deluxe, and the Wiser’s 18 Year Old in no particular order. I will also complete a full review of a brand new Wiser’s Canadian Whisky, Wiser’s Legacy. ( I have previously provided a first impression of the Legacy (click the link to read this first impression), and now that the Wiser’s Legacy bottles will hit the store shelves soon it seems a good time to do this review series.)
An astute person may ask about the Wiser’s Red Letter Whisky, the recently named Canadian Whisky of the Year in the Jim Murray 2010 Whisky Bible, but an even more astute person will realize that I reviewed the Red Letter last year in November. A second review so quickly is hardly necessary. If you are interested, The review for the Wiser’s Red Letter whisky can be found here.
I confess that I look forward with great anticipation to this review series. I have always enjoyed the Wiser’s Whisky brands and the chance to give the entire whisky family a good once over with my review system is an opportunity that I cannot resist.
Here is an excerpt from my first review for the Wiser’s Small batch Canadian Whisky:
“The whisky is soft and supple on the tongue with a richness that I do not encounter in the Canadian Whisky Category very often. Hot oak spices tickle the tongue in a smooth delivery which carries flavours of butterscotch, maple, and ripe fruit. Corn and light rye flavours provide the foundation upon which the sweeter flavours are carried….
You may read the entire review here:
As usual I have a few cocktail suggestions for this whisky. Enjoy the review.
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