Whisky Review: Schenley OFC Canadian Whisky
Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 3, 2009
Schenley OFC bills itself as the most decorated of Canadian Whisky boasting of 25 medal Selections at the Monde Selection Awards. These awards, while impressive, only tell the story of previous Schenley bottlings. I say, ‘previous’, because I notice a difference in the new bottles I have seen as opposed to the older Schenley OFC bottles. The age statement, in the past, proudly stated ‘8 Years’. That age statement is now entirely missing. It remains to be seen whether some of the famous Schenley quality is missing as well.
I should note that Schenley OFC is distilled at Schenley Distilleries which have facilities in Valleyview Quebec, and Lethbridge Alberta. It is my understanding that the facilities in Quebec are responsible for the distillation, aging and bottling of this whisky.
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