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Review: J.P. Wiser’s Mark Messier Alumni Whisky

Posted by Arctic Wolf on November 26, 2019

Today I am continuing my series of reviews for the 2018 and 2019 J.P. Wiser’s NHLAA  Whiskies. A couple years ago J.P. Wiser’s and the NHL Alumni Association (NHLAA) got together to bring whisky fans something uniquely Canadian. One time edition Canadian whiskies which are each blended with the aim of containing characteristic links to specific NHLAA members for whom the blend is named.

This is the review for the J. P. Wiser’s Mark Messier Alumni Whisky. According to the press information sent to me:

Arguably one of the game’s best captains, Mark led his teams with a combination of skill and strength. This bold & tenacious 3-grain whisky is skillfully blended to deliver on Messier’s strength at 47% ABV. Aged 11 years in Speyside Malt barrels, this whisky celebrates #11’s impact on the game.

Here is a link to my full review:

Review: J.P. Wiser’s Mark Messier Alumni Whisky

“… As I let the glass breathe, I notice that a lovely smell of baking spices and cinnamon buns have unraveled themselves from the oak toffee. Their is also a luscious fruitiness with smells of apricot jam and marmalade making my mouth water slightly. The melded scent of oak and toffee continues to grow as does a firm impression of marzipan …”

Please enjoy the review and stay tuned for the upcoming review of the final whisky in the review series, the Dave Keon  Alumni Whisky.

Chimo!

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