Bearface 7 Year Triple Oak Canadian Whisky

Bearface 7 Year Triple Oak Canadian Whisky

Bearface 7 Year Triple Oak Canadian Whisky

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Introducing Bearface 7 Year Triple Oak Canadian Whisky – a bold and distinctive expression that pushes the boundaries of Canadian craftsmanship. Aged for seven years and artfully matured in three different oak casks, this whisky embodies a depth of character and complexity that sets it apart.

The journey begins with the finest Canadian grains, meticulously distilled to create a smooth and refined spirit. Bearface's commitment to excellence is evident in the triple oak maturation process, where the whisky is aged in ex-bourbon barrels, virgin oak, and sherry casks. This trifecta of oak influences imparts a rich spectrum of flavors and aromas.

On the nose, Bearface 7 Year reveals a harmonious blend of vanilla, toffee, and a hint of spice, setting the stage for an intriguing tasting experience. The palate is a celebration of complexity, with notes of caramel, dried fruit, and a subtle smokiness, all gracefully balanced by the interplay of the three oak profiles.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a warm and lingering embrace that invites another sip. The bottle, adorned with a striking bear claw emblem, reflects the spirit of adventure and craftsmanship within.

Whether enjoyed neat or as the foundation for an elevated cocktail, Bearface 7 Year Triple Oak Canadian Whisky is a testament to the innovation and passion of Canadian distilling. Elevate your whisky experience with a sip of Bearface – where tradition meets the untamed spirit of exploration.

A radiant amber hue, gleaming with the promise of seven years' maturation, captivates the eye in the glass.

The nose offers a complex bouquet, where vanilla and toffee intertwine with subtle notes of spice. A gentle waft of oak lingers, teasing the senses with the promise of the triple oak maturation.

Upon the first sip, the palate is treated to a symphony of flavors. Caramel takes center stage, accompanied by the sweetness of dried fruit. The triple oak influence unfolds, revealing layers of complexity – the warmth of ex-bourbon barrels, the richness of virgin oak, and a hint of sherry's depth. The interplay creates a robust and harmonious tasting experience.

The finish is a lingering embrace, leaving a satisfying warmth that resonates. A subtle smokiness emerges, adding an extra layer of depth. Each sip concludes with a graceful farewell, encouraging contemplation of the whisky's intricate journey.

Faustinelli says Bearface reflects a "sense of place and time," and that place, namely, is British Columbia - even though the process begins with whisky made in Ontario before it journeys west to be infused with the Matsutake and aged in three different styles of sherry casks that are aged in shipping containers to be .Mission accomplished: Bearface is a corn-based whisky that is aged at least seven years in ex-bourbon American oak barrels in Ontario, then travels to B.C. to spend time in former wine barrels from Mission Hill Family Estate Winery, and is finished in Hungarian oak, which adds spicy rye-like notes.Bearface, Triple Oak Canadian Whisky Aged 7 Years 750ml 42.5% The aroma of this whiskey is cinnamon, pencil shavings, clove, and charred oak. Lots of varied dried fruit. The palate has a rich oily body, with some nice corn at the centre.
Bearface, for example, is a single-grain whisky (technically a blend of 99.5 per cent corn and 0.5 per cent malted barley) whose rye-like flavour comes from the three layers of oak aging it undergoes, hence the name Triple Oak.So what are the legal requirements? Like Scotch and Irish whisky, Canadian whisky has to be aged a minimum of three years in its native country in wooden barrels no larger than 700 liters—new, old, charred or uncharred, it doesn't matter. The spirit also has to be mashed and distilled in Canada.

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