Lord Calvert

ABV: 40 %
Origin: Canada
Type: Blended
Bottles in collection: 0
Emptied bottles: 2
Impression: 1/5

Tasting notes
Nose: This is thin and a bit unpleasant. Not much can be found except a note of harsh grain spirit and a weird artificial combination of sugar and vanilla (I would say vanillin and aspartam). This smells as cheap as the price tells you it should.

Mouth: It starts out very watery and quite bitter. The artificial sweet note is in there together with some juniper and anis. A tiny amount of spicyness on the tip of the toungue and maybe a hint of citrus fruits both show up after a few seconds.

Finish: A muted butterscotch note comes through within the artificial sweet flavour. There’s a small amount of bitter oak, anis, liquorice root and some dusty corn notes. There’s some astringency in the end and the oak reappears after the other flavours die down. This is an overall bad and unpleasant whisky. It should not be consumed neat and frankly, not as a mixer either.

Additional information
There’s not too much information on this canadian blended whisky. It’s aged 36 months and made from a mix of corn, rye, wheat and barley.


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