Think inside the barrel.
Distillers, brewers and of course wine makers understand the power of wood barrel aging. Done right, the results are almost alchemic. Transforming potential into something great, dare we say magical.
The makers of J.P. Wiser’s absolutely recognize the power of the barrel. So much so that they tripled down on the process for their incredibly smooth, full, and balanced J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barreled 10-Year-Old Canadian Whisky. So, let’s get into it. Let’s talk wood.
This unique corn and rye distillate spent a decade moving from barrel to barrel to barrel. Growing ever richer, darker, and fuller bodied by the year. What makes J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barreled 10-Year-Old Canadian Whisky so special however, is the selection of wood barrel that was used.
New white oak wood barrels
This is where J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barreled gets its smoky melt-in-your mouth vanilla and caramel notes (and do we detect traces of coconut?) This is where J.P. Wiser’s latest really developed and matured over the years inside.
Once-used American bourbon barrels
Lucky for us, American bourbon making casks can only be used once, so we’re happy to take them in and to put those seasoned barrels to work. You can taste and smell the southern honey, green apple and pears imparted on J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barreled 10-Year-Old Canadian Whisky by the oak.
Used Canadian whisky barrels
Last but most definitely not least J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barreled 10-Year-Old Canadian Whisky aged and finished in used Canadian whisky casks – oak for the most part. This is where both the fragrance and fullness you enjoy with this whisky are perfected.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly which barrel variety gives J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barreled 10-Year-Old Canadian Whisky it’s unique taste and distinctive aroma. We will leave that one to science, but what is certain is that this ten-year-old has aged nicely and offers the relaxed drinker pure pleasure in any setting.