I thought light whiskey was by definition a blend of whiskey and neutral grain spirits. I may be wrong but here is the description from the Barton website:
"Barton's QT Premium WhiskeyThe leader in the growing light whiskey category. Taste stands up on the rocks or mixed. A light-tasting, smooth blended whiskey made to satisfy today's drinking preferences."
This has been discussed to death here. Do a search on "light whiskey".
I actually never thought there was any wrong with crown royal (but nothing that good either). Now, 7 crown- that just tastes like whiskey flavored vodka.
Why are we even talking about this? :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke:
Boy, will I catch flak on this one. I thought Old Portrero single malt was the worst whiskey I'd ever experience, the I tried Wasmunds. I'd take Early Times over either of them - In fact I'm not sure I wouldn't pick old dish water over Wasmunds. However I know there are people on the board that love each of them.
The worst blended whiskey I ever had was Four Roses when Seagram made it. God awful stuff. I know why it's taking Four Roses so long to shake that off. But I also agree with Stu. That Old Potrero was :horseshit: