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More then few whisky drinkers discard Canadian whisky due to rather peculiar laws allowing producers to add 9.09% of different beverage (not necessarily alcoholic) to whisky. Here we have a rye whisky from Jim Beam owned Alberta Distillery (yes, the same one, which supplies rye for the WhistlePig brand!) that actually benefits from such regulation. The formula of Alberta Rye Dark Batch starts with two ryes – one comes from pot still and is aged for 6 years in new charred oak barrels, the other, 12 years old comes from column still and is aged 12 years in ex-bourbon barrels; together they make 91% of what is in the bottle. From the remaining 9%, 8% is Old Grand-Dad bourbon and 1% sherry. The result is one of a kind whisky, most definitely worth to try.
Nose: sweet, burnt caramel, overdone toast, toffee, peaches, plums, baking spices and lingering sherry notes.
Palate: distinct sherry notes, plums, raspberries, hazelnuts, caramel, maple syrup, sweet coffee, hints of pepper and cinnamon.
Finish: fairly long, with notes of sherry, raisins, caramel, hints of cinnamon and cloves.