Lot 40 Rye Whisky - early 2000s 70cl

Canadian Whisky • 70cl • 43%
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Lot 40 Rye Whisky - early 2000s
Country Canadian Whisky
Distillery/Brand Lot 40
Style Rye Whisky

Lot 40 Rye Whisky 2000s

Now legendary Canadian rye whisky produced in a 12,000 litre pot still back in the early 2000s.

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Reviews for Lot 40 Rye Whisky - early 2000s
Best Canadian Whisky I've ever had
What "Rye on steroids" said below.

It has character. It's interesting. It's the closest thing to bourbon (used to have Bulleit Rye) I'll allow in my booze cabinet.
Tony L , Australia
7 years ago
Nicey spicey
Best Canadian rye ive had. mellow sweet smooth and spicey. Like Blanton's but slightly less alcoholic intensity.
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago
Rye on steroids
Imagine a malt scotch whisky (flavour wise), but made in Canada (not Scotland) with malted rye (not malted barley), and you got Lot No. 40.

I admit, I didn't taste this version, only the new one. But if the new is anything like the old, let me tell you: this is a great whisky, specially for the price! (40$ in Canada.)

This whisky is rye on steroids! It's got that bold rye spiciness we love and a pleasant sweetness reminiscent of real, heavy pumpernickel.

Overall: a robust whisky with big flavour at a fair price. If you find a bottle outside of Canada, buy it!
Oscar C , Canada
7 years ago
2015 Canadian Whisky of the year
Everyone is paying attention to the Crown Royal Harvest, which is delicious but this gem stole the show at the Canadian Whisky Awards. Buy it if you can find it as it is disappearing quickly.
Master of Malt Customer
8 years ago