Blog Post Three: Now I'm getting the hang of this…
I know it is a blend, corn and malt, but with this Canadian gem, the malt just shines, while the corn adds a gentle layer of honey to the palate. And then we get to the three types of oak used: new American, first fill bourbon and Canadian whisky casks, which adds another layer of creamy fatness along with pleasing note of toffee, dried fruits and plums.
And then end result: it is just so easy to drink.
This drams claims to hail from Newfoundland, but it looks like the spirit was made and matured by Rock Spirits Inc, separately in the three types of oak, in Ontario from an unknown distillery. The matured spirit is then combined by Signal Hill Spirits into the final Signal Hill blended whisky at St Johns, Newfoundland.
So if your looking for a none too taxing, richly flavored dram, then give the signal to Signal Hill.