The Province of Alberta was settled in the 1880’s as the primary Canadian ranching area. Alberta beef remains a statement of high quality throughout the world. In 1914, oil and gas were discovered in Turner Valley – the single largest find in the British commonwealth. It was an oil rush, just as Canadians headed off to Europe to fight the First World War. The ensuing economic boom brought in workers from all over North America, living in a tent city in the heart of ranch country south of Calgary. At the same time, Alberta brought in alcohol Prohibition in a strong temperance movement. Determined drinkers set up whisky stills on nearby ranches, and a booming trade of speakeasies, illegal whisky trade and illicit activities. Turner Valley, Eau Claire’s home, was a wild frontier town and was at the centre of the Alberta prohibition past.
This expression is Eau Claire's first 6 year batch release, aged separately in New European (Hungarian Oak), Ex-Sherry (French Oak) and Ex-Bourbon (American Oak) barrels, then blended together to create a new, exceptional blend. Eau Claire's spirit truly comes into it’s own with this release.
Nose: Caramel, raspberry, green apple, saline finish
Palate: Butterscotch, spice – cloves, white pepper
Finish: Sweet and spicy lingering finish
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