Review: Forty Creek Three Grain Harmony
Posted by Arctic Wolf on January 3, 2016
Forty Creek Whisky has for the last number of years produced a special limited release whisky and allowed the public to participate in the release by offering to let you choose your own numbered bottle. As well you can have your bottle signed by their own Master Distiller and Whisky Maker, John Hall, when you arrive to pick up your pre-ordered bottles. These special release whiskies are built upon the foundation of the company’s flagship whisky, Forty Creek Barrel Select, and are basically versions of this whisky which have undergone some special aging or finishing technique which would bring a new character to the Forty creek Whisky.
Forty Creek Three Grain Harmony was the 2015 release made available last fall in Ontario and in other select Canadian Markets.
Here is a link to my review:
“… The initial nose is rich with rich butterscotch and toffee and moderately spicy oak and tree sap. As the glass sits two notes capture my attention, one which appeals to me strongly, a rich spicy rye note full of ginger and fresh grain, and one note which seems discordant, a sour dank fruit-filled note of fermented apricot and sour mash …”
Please enjoy my first review of 2016.
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