Thanks to Corby for supplying a sample to me for this review.
Recently there’s been some nice Canadian whiskies coming out, which as a Canadian whisky fan I’m particularly proud of, as I was born here and therefore due to the transitive property, I’m great too.
Joking aside, I am happy for the idea of new and better Canadian whiskies. The Wiser’s Rare Cask series has had some fun drams, and I’m happy to hear about their new one, J.P. Wiser’s 19 Seasoned Oak.
But what’s the story here? Well it’s 19-year-old whisky that has been aged 18 years in ex-Bourbon and ex-Canadian whisky and then finished for 1 year in seasoned oak casks. For those of you who missed other whiskies that have also used this idea (that are not Canadian whisky), normally virgin oak casks are exposed to the elements for 1 year before using them. These…
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