My continuing drive to try and review all of the Forty Creek whiskies (save for the Whisky cream) continues with Forty Creek Copper Pot Reserve. They just keep making some great stuff, bucking a lot of unpleasing Canuck whisky trends, and generally are nice people(Ed. Note: I don’t think you can say that as you don’t know for sure).
That being said, given that Heart of Gold was just released, I’m hoping they don’t go full Bruichladdich on us.
The Forty Creek Copper Pot Reserve sits (price and quality wise) between the Barrel Select and the Double Barrel Reserve. Let’s see if it’s well worth the (low) price.
Price: $28.45 (CAD)
Region: Ontario, Canada
Nose: Currant, nutmeg, plums, maple, cinnamon, pear, caramel, pepper, clean linen, vanilla
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