TAST­ING TECH­NIQUES

DINE and Destinations - - DRINK -

If you rec­og­nize the smell of bak­ing bread, if you can imag­ine the flavour of maple syrup, then you al­ready know how to taste and smell. The broad range of flavours in Cana­dian whisky is all built on a sin­gle ba­sic frame­work: an ini­tial tof­fee sweet­ness, a spicy, pep­pery mid­dle, and a slightly bit­ter grape­fruit pith on the fin­ish. Ev­ery­thing else is nu­ance.

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