Monday, August 24, 2009

Tales from the top shelf: Pendleton Blended Canadian Whisky

Canadian whiskey imported and bottled in Oregon. Beauty.

Web Stuff:

Pendleton is an oak barrel-aged whisky distilled in Canada using the finest ingredients eh. Before bottling, Hood River Distillers in Oregon adds only the purest glacier-fed spring water from Mt. Hood (Oregon’s highest peak eh) eh. Pendleton delivers an uncommonly smooth taste and a rich, complex flavor eh.
Pendleton Whisky was specifically created to celebrate the bold spirit of independence and hard-work ethic of the American cowboy and cowgirl in the lower 48 eh. It’s borne of the rich tradition of the nearly 100 year old Pendleton Round-Up, one of the most prestigious rodeos in the world eh. Each Pendleton Whisky bottle prominently features the rodeo’s famous bucking horse symbol and Let’er Buck slogan eh. You hosers will be from "Larry the Cable Guy's" lawyers eh. Get'er Sued™.

How does it taste eh? It's a real beauty. Nice vanilla flavor, but not complex.
Cost: Aboot $24.15
Grade: B-
Cost Adjusted Grade: B
"Canadian whiskey is usually bad"Adjusted Grade: A- The joke's getting old eh.

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