The original expression of our elegant, floral spirit and the real backbone of the Glenmorangie range. A ten-year-old single malt, Glenmorangie Nectar DOr, Quinta Ruban and Glenmorangie La Santa is produced by marrying the delicate spirit that emerges from Scotland's tallest stills, with first and second fill American white oak casks.
The anCnoc nature's gift? man's ingenuity? both.
The anCnoc 12 Year Old is renowned the world over. Known as a must-have in any whisky drinker’s collection, it’s light and yet complex. Smooth yet challenging. And each twist and turn delivers a surprise. In fact, this is a dram that has something for everyone,,,,,,
Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey combines a high amount of malt whiskey matured in former Oloroso Sherry casks, with a sweet, batch-distilled grain whiskey. This unique recipe means Black Bush has rich, fruity notes and a deep intense character, balanced by an incredibly unique smoothness. It’s best enjoyed neat, or over ice.
Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey is a blend of our own triple distilled malt whiskey and a lighter grain whiskey and has picked up 36 awards this year alone. You’ll notice it’s rich, smooth warming taste almost instantly. It’s an easy drinking, versatile whiskey that can be enjoyed neat, over ice or with your favorite mixer.
Cù Bòcan has stalked residents of the remote Highland village of Tomatin for centuries, his legend embellished by the hellhound's increasingly fractious behaviour.
Sightings are rare, once in a generation, always terrifying. A distillery worker, out walking late, was once relentlessly pursued by an imposing black beast, steam spiralling from flared nostrils, teeth bared.
Stranahan’s Diamond Peak, their newest release, is a limited edition, single malt offering made from a selection of exclusively four-year-old #3 char barrels. Diamond Peak represents a midpoint between the distillery’s signature bottling and their cult-favorite Snowflake, a series of rotating one-off expressions sold only at the distillery in Denver.
Michter’s is the It Company of the American whiskey world right now, its from-the-ashes story bringing many fans forward to hear about its charms. Michter’s is a brand that dates waaaay back to 1753 but which went bankrupt in 1989. In 1990 the company was rescued and relaunched, and only in the last five years or so has it really become a hit once again.
North of 7 is currently producing 5 types of Canadian Whiskey - a four grain bourbon style whisky, a traditional bourbon mash consisting of corn-rye-barley, a 'wheater' made of corn-wheat-barley, a 95% rye-5% barley mash plus our used whisky barrels are being refilled with 100% malted barley for a 'scotch' style whisky.
Still Waters Distillery is small operation in Concord Ontario, which is just north of Toronto. They currently make three whiskies: Single Malt (what we are reviewing here), Rye (made from 100% Canadian grown rye that makes up at least 51% if the grain bill), and Canadian (a blend of their base whiskies). They take great pride in producing “handmade grain to glass” whiskies and in using all-Canadian malts.
“I’ve been distilling since I first moved to Colorado in 1972. A good friend of mine bequeathed me his still and making whiskey has been a passion of mine ever since. I made TINCUP in honor of Colorado’s first whiskey drinkers and the tin cups they drank from.”-Jess Graber, Founder
A Napanee, Ontario man named George inspired this whisky’s story. In the late 1800’s, his father made whisky, so in the dead of winter; George would put on his skates and jump whisky barrels. Crowds gathered as he added barrels. Legend has it he was an Evil Knievel on skates and jumped twelve whisky barrels. Cole Miller took inspiration from this story and jumped head first into whisky making. The first batch is a blend of sourced Canadian whiskies. Limited availability in Canada.