On the shelf at the Summerhill, Toronto LCBO today I saw two new whiskies from Gibson. I did not catch the age expressions if any but one said "Bourbon Cask" and the other said (I can't recall the exact title) that it was finished in new oak wood.
The Bourbon Cask one said that the casks had previously held whisky in Scotland, so they were bourbon casks once removed. Canadian whisky normally uses ex-bourbon casks, so I am not sure what is intended by this expression.
I did not buy these but I might later.
I also saw and bought Three Grain, a brand from Forty Creek that had disappeared from the shelves for the last two years or so. Nice to see it back. I tasted it and found it excellent, showing an evident sherry effect (from sherry cask aging of some of the constituents). The sherry married well the various whiskies used (barley, corn and rye whiskeys). I plan to add a dash of Pikesville to a glass of same, or Rittenhouse, and this I think will produce something close to the old Maryland fruity style of rye whiskey. The Three Grain is quite nice on its own however yet at the same time it never reminds me of a straight whiskey.