We review Sazerac’s Caribou Crossing Canadian Single Barrel whiskey, branded as the first Canadian single barrel release.
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We review Canadian Club 100% Rye Whisky, a non-age statement release containing just rye whisky blended from aged spirit in three different types of barrels.
We review Legacy Small Batch Canadian Whisky, an affordable release from Sazerac that might serve as a good introduction to Canadian whisky.
Interested in learning more about Canadian whisky? Davin De Kergommeaux’s 2012 book, Canadian Whisky: The Portable Expert, is a great place to start.
We review Pendleton 1910, a 12-year-old, 100% rye whisky distilled in Canada and distributed by Oregon’s oldest spirits company.
We review the 2016 WhistlePig The Boss Hog expression, titled “The Independent.” The price has gone up-is this year’s release worth it?
Glynnevan Cabot Triple Barrelled Canadian Rye is a Canadian bottling that embraces the rare art of triple barreling a whiskey.
We sit down with Collingwood’s first-ever brand ambassador, Alexis Green, to talk maple staves, pure water, and her favorite thing about her job.
If you are making whiskey-related travel plans to visit a distillery, why not go the extra mile and also book with distillery-related lodging? Here are some options to consider.