Canadian whisky, but made from a bourbon mash bill of corn, wheat, and malted barley. Rare Perfection 15 Years Old was originally intended to be aged in a cold Canadian warehouse for a relatively short period of time, but the distillery was sold off and these barrels were forgotten in the back of the warehouse. 15 years later these barrels were discovered, dumped, and bottled at barrel proof. Rare Perfection 15 year is a limited release that was bottled at cask strength, 119.7 proof. The brand Rare Perfection is owned by Allied Lomar, who also owns Very Olde St. Nick, Wattie Boone and the Old Man Winter.