Ratings, reviews and tasting notes on whiskies available in Canada.
Scotch whiskies by their age.
Glenkinchie is one of the few remaining Lowlands distilleries. The 12-year-old has replaced the 10 as the new ‘standard’ for Glenkinchie.
GlenDronach is malt which was only recently made available to Canadian whisky fans. The Revival edition has been matured for 15 years in Oloroso sherry casks.
The Aberlour 12 single malt is matured in two types of casks. The double casking adds some depth of character.
It is believed that pouring from this bottle with the Ankh cross in the centre of your palm is a ritual that will bring good health and good fortune.
The Glenfiddich 15 Solera Reserve is a unique malt matured in three types of casks (traditional American Bourbon, Portuguese sherry, and new oak).
The Balvenie Portwood gets its name from being first matured in traditional oak casks. It is then transferred to a port cask, which has previously held fine port wines.
After its initial maturation period of at least ten years in ex-bourbon casks, Lasanta spends an extra period in ex-sherry casks. Lasanta means warmth and passion in Gaelic.
The producers recommend this as an aperitif whisky.
Aberlour 10 is a classic Speyside, matured in bourbon and sherry casks.
The Aberlour A’bunadh is a natural cask-strength malt produced without the modern chill filtering methods. This is a malt with no age specification, and tasting notes can vary significantly per batch.
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