Glenora Distillery, Nova Scotia, Canada
At the time, I mentioned the existence of a Glen Breton that had been refined in barrels of icewine, and also bottled with the strength of the barrel, a solid 62.2% alcohol.
Here is no other form of ceremony the much anticipated Glen Breton Ice 10 years Cask Strength.
As French playwright, poet and journalist Jean-Louis Aubert so aptly put it, some people know it better under the name ofAbbot Aubert (1731-1814) said so well:
The man is ice with the treasures he possesses; He is fiery for all that he does not have.
Classic Glenora cereal, coupled with a sweet wind from icewine. Apart from that, nothing to impress the gallery.
Arrival in the muscular mouth, barley, spices of Cask Strength, acid honey, lemon and orange. Its alcohol content is surprisingly not too invasive, and even enhances a malt that would be otherwise flat.
Long and spicy, it is helped by its degree of alcohol and its particular cask. We imagine here small gilded on the island of Orleans.
Normally this expression would not have excited me too much but I must say that its strength in alcohol and its unique finish have me to wear ...