Canadian Mist was one of those spirits that I always saw on the shelves of different liquor stores, but I never had the chance to actually sample the Canadian Whisky for myself. We at NeuFutur headquarters got a bottle for review a few weeks back and came to the conclusion that it is an extraordinary value for its price point. What individuals will immediately notice when they open their bottles of Canadian Mist will be the much lighter taste of the whiskey over other similar types, including Jim Beam and Jack Daniels. This lighter flavor is present when imbibers take their first sip, and this is a good thing.
There is still a decent alcohol burn after individuals let the spirit run down the back of their throat, ensuring that Canadian Mist has a kick that will not be easily forgotten. The lighter Whisky taste of the Canadian Mist makes it the perfect spirit. This means that if individuals want to slip it into some sweet & sour it works, but if they just want to slam shots all night, Canadian Mist has enough of a body to provide for a memorable drinking session. The hangover quotient just seems lighter, as well; perhaps it is due to the fact that it was aged for over 3 years in casks, or perhaps the character of the spirit just does not facilitate nasty hangovers.
Putting it on the rocks works just as well, giving drinkers the energy to create the best of works (as countless leaders of the free world have for hundreds of years). At around $15-20 for a 1.75 liter bottle, Canadian Mist performs at a level of a premium whiskey without having the same investment needed. If you do not believe this review, just check out the San Francisco World Spirits Competition â€“ it won a Double Gold medal.
Canadian Mist (Whisky) / 80 Proof / http://www.canadianmist.com