Alberta Distillers

Posted 10 April 2018

In an age when transparency can often translate to currency with whisky fans, Masterson’s is not going to be winning any prizes. You’ll need to look at the bottle of their 10 year old straight rye quite closely to see that it is in actual fact a Canadian whiskey. The bottling is named after Bat Masterson, a lawman, professional gambler and journalist known for his escapades in the 19th Century American old west – it’s actually must appropriate choice, as Bat was born in Canada and then moved to the US – and that’s exactly what has happened with Masterson’s straight rye.


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