Released in 2015, Forty Creek’s Three Grain Harmony is a whisky comprised of 3 single grain whiskies: rye, barley, and corn. Each of the three grains are fermented, distilled, and aged separately in toasted white oak barrels. The rye and barley come from Forty Creek’s older stocks. 9000 bottles were created and the whisky was released at 43% abv.
Forty Creek Three Grain Harmony 2015 Canadian Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose: Vanilla, toffee and orange blossom with underlying spice notes.
Palate: Delicate soft flavours of exotic spices.
Finish: Long, dry finish.
Forty Creek is a brand of Canadian whisky produced by the Italian beverage company Campari Group. The distillery is located in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada (between Hamilton and Niagara Falls). The brand and its distillery were privately launched in 1992 by John K. Hall, a first-generation whisky maker and the owner of Kittling Ridge Wines & Spirits.