Shefford Manor was a popular drinking den during the prohibition era – at least according to the story on the label of this Canadian Rye.
Very pale in colour – even for ‘Aged 3 Years’.
The aroma was quite dry. Not a lot going on. A bit spirity & young.
Entertaining on the palate though.
Candyfloss sweet. A lush mouthwatering spice crept in leaving a prickly finish.
There was a smoothness to the rye. A depth not expected on such a young offering.
A pleasant enough sipper.