What is TAP 357?
TAP 357 is a small-batch blended Canadian maple rye whisky. It is a marriage of two purely Canadian flavors: rye and maple.
What is the alcohol percentage of TAP 357?
40.5% alcohol by volume (81 proof)
In what size is TAP 357 available?
TAP 357 is currently available in a 750mL bottle with a SRP of $29.99.
What is the significance of the name TAP 357?
TAP 357 is crafted from cask-aged 3-, 5-, and 7-year old blended rye whiskies that have been expertly blended with pure Canadian maple syrup derived from maple trees tapped at the first hint of spring in the province of Quebec.
How is TAP 357 produced?
The blended rye whisky used in TAP 357 is produced at the oldest distillery in Western Canada, where it is distilled four times then matured in a combination of new, second- and third-use bourbon barrels. Once aged, Master Blender Michel Marcil expertly blends the selected whiskies. Next, Marcil combines the whisky in Quebec with pure “Canada 1 Light” maple syrup from the region. In a proprietary finishing process the maple-flavored rye whisky is then left to rest for an additional period until deemed ready for release.
Where does the maple used in TAP 357 come from?
Our syrup comes from the world-renowned maple syrup region of Quebec; only "Grade 1 Light" Canadian maple syrup is used in the production of TAP 357.
Who does the blending for TAP 357?
Master Blender Michel Marcil.
When will TAP 357 be available in the U.S.A.?
TAP 357 will be available in select states beginning March 2012. For a complete list of those states please see our find tap page.
Is TAP 357 available in other markets outside of the U.S.A.?
Yes, TAP is available in certain parts of Canada (and growing).
What if I can't find TAP 357?
Please let us know so we can help! Go to our contact page for more information.