Whisky Review: Wiser’s Special Blend Canadian Whisky
Posted by Arctic Wolf on May 22, 2010
I noticed a change on the new bottles of Wiser’s Special Blend about two years ago. The older bottles proudly proclaimed, ‘Wiser’s Special Blend Canadian Rye Whisky‘, whereas the newer labels say ‘Wiser’s Special Blend Canadian Whisky‘. The difference of course is the word “rye” which has been taken off the label. It is small changes like that which give me cause for apprehension. I like rye whisky, and as the number of Canadian rye blends is diminishing, I am growing concerned that my favourite whisky will one day be only a memory. Fortunately for me, I was recently given a bottle with the new label by the folks at Wiser’s in the hopes that I would provide an honest review of the Special Blend. It so happens that I already owned a bottle carrying the previous label so I intend to compare the two bottles to see if the blend as well as the label has changed.
Here is an excerpt from my review:
“…In the glass, the Wiser’s Special Blend shows itself as a rich copper coloured whisky with lighter shades of amber. The vapour from the glass is mildly spicy, and seems to be sweetened with an aroma of ripe fruit. Light hints of caramel lie in the breezes as well…”
You may read the rest of the review here:
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