Sazerac, "Hunter Rye" Canadian Whisky, 0.75 L
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Reviews of purchase Sazerac, "Hunter Rye" Canadian Whisky, 0.75 L
Whiskey rich amber color.
Whiskey has a surprisingly soft, sweet, classic taste with the addition of saturated notes of cinnamon and a light burning in the mouth.
In a strong aroma of whiskey dominated by shades of cinnamon.
Whiskey is recommended to use as a digestif. Ideal for any party in pure form or in cocktails.
Whiskey "Fireball" Cinnamon often called liquor, because it is made on the basis of Canadian whiskey and the addition of natural flavors of cinnamon. It is not too sweet, which certainly can be considered a plus. "Fireball" was awarded 87 points from the Beverage Tasting Institute, and was awarded a silver medal at the "International Review of Spirits". As the tasters looking at the label and do not say that "Fireball" is surprisingly smooth taste and rich cinnamon notes make it an ideal component of the delicious cocktails!
Rumor has it that whiskey "Fireball" was coined in the mid-1980s during the coldest winter in Canada when a bartender with a view of the mad scientist accidentally created the perfect remedy for frostbite. This mixture slowly and carefully for several years spread across North America as one of the secrets of professional bartenders. The decisive event was the moment when a few bottles of "Fireball" has been illegally exported from Canada. Now enjoy this drink without exaggeration the whole world!
Sazerac Company History starts with a drink. Antoine Peychaud, Creole immigrant in 1838, working in a pharmacy on Royal Street in the French Quarter, gathered his friends at the pharmacy late at night and prevented them from brandy cocktails and absinthe. After some time, in the middle of the XIX century in the same place opened a coffee house bar. Drink, mixed pharmacist smoothly migrated to the restaurant menu "Sazerac" and became known also as a bar. In 1869 Thomas H. Handy bought coffee shop and started production of alcoholic beverages under the brand name "Sazerak." Since the 1890s the company began bottling and selling cocktail in the markets of the country, replacing the recipe for rye whiskey brandy. Today Sazerac - a family company, which owns a number of famous distilleries such as Buffalo Trace Distillery, A. Smith Bowman, Glenmore Distillery, Barton, Fleischmann, Medley and Mr. Boston.