Dried sugar in a pot, brown sugar, apple pie. Subsequently, the acidity of the fruit, dry oak wood - tooth cure, ending on notes of cereal grains.
Rye and Christmas cane, two-dimensional but effective, a Nordic Canadian bourbon. Very mellow on the walls of the cheeks despite the attack of spices on the tongue. These, accompanied by a piece of cedar and some hops are quite strong in the final, and persist long enough. Something for the Canadian beer and rye fan, but like Rush I recognize talent without wanting to see them on show, even for free.
Fruity nose with a touch of spice reminiscent of a slight smoke. To taste, strawberries, caramel and sugar, all in the usual spice cocktail with rye. In the final, the spices take their place again. Overall a superb rye that surprises with its sweetness and diversity of flavors.