Canadian Mist

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Canadian Mist
Canadian Mist.jpg
TypeCanadian whisky
ManufacturerSazerac
Country of originCollingwood, Ontario
Alcohol by volume40.00%
Proof (US)80
Related productsSazerac

Canadian Mist is a brand of blended Canadian whisky produced by the Sazerac Company.[1] It is distilled in Collingwood, Ontario, and is bottled at 40% alcohol by volume.[1] It is triple-distilled using a continuous distillation process, and it is aged in charred white oak barrels in a temperature-controlled facility.[1]

The brand was introduced in 1967 by Brown-Forman. The brand and distillery were sold to the Sazerac Company in 2020.[2]

The product won a "double gold medal" award at the 2009 annual San Francisco World Spirits Competition.[1][3] According to ratings aggregator Proof66, Canadian Mist is among the 10 Highest Rated Canadian Whiskies in the marketplace.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Canadian Mist". Canadian Mist. Retrieved July 30, 2010.
  2. ^ Brown-Forman Corporation (August 3, 2020). "Brown‑Forman Completes Sale of Early Times and Canadian Mist to Sazerac". Retrieved January 1, 2022.
  3. ^ The San Francisco World Spirits Competition (Accessed January 2011)
  4. ^ "Proof66.com Top 20 Canadian Whiskies". Retrieved October 16, 2012.