The Forager is made from a “light, fresh” Canadian whisky that is aged initially for three years. Prior to additional aging, select botanicals are steeped in the liquid to create a botanical-infused spirit that offers “subtle yet distinct and fresh notes”.
The botanicals used have been handpicked by professional foragers who practice sustainable harvesting methods, Forty Creek said. Sourced from across eastern Canada, the botanicals include juniper berries, labrador tea, spruce tips, mugwort and sweet fern.
The Canadian whisky has a light amber colour and a “complex medley of flavours, such as herbal tea and a “long, peppery finish”. On the nose, the aroma brings fresh cut pine, along with a hint of candied citrus.
Described as “light yet complex”, the bottling is said to be a substitute for full-flavoured gin. The whisky is recommended served over ice with tonic water and a lemon slice.
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