We’re going through an interesting time for Canadian whisky. And as a Canadian who reviews whisky, that’s exciting. We’re seeing companies, new and old, trying new things. Making whiskies that aren’t meant for mixing, or being smooth, or targeted at generations that had their general food tastes scarred by war or changed by an ever increasing need to save time for food.
Brown-Forman (sorry, had a different company here) is one of such companies that makes a Canadian whisky. They have stepped up to the plate with a new, different collection called “The Town Collection”. So far we don’t know the other varieties or much about it, however why stare into the future when you can enjoy the present?
The first and current release is Collingwood The Town Collection Double Barrelled. Collingwood uses it’s general multinational knowledge of extended maturation and takes Collingwood whisky that has been aging…
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