Here are some middle-shelf and top-shelf Canadian whisky picks that you most definitely need to add to your home bar.
The Canadian whisky category is not just confined to the bottom shelf and is a surprisingly diverse category that too often goes unnoticed by most whisky drinkers.
For one week a year, the Glenmorangie distillery, located in Tain in the Scottish Highlands, yields barrels entirely unlike the rest of its usual output.
As any scotch connoisseur will tell you, there is a science to the perfect sip.
Those in search of a delicious dram need look no further than the land of the midnight sun.
There are a few pilgrimages all appreciators of fine whisky should make in their time.
The latest expression in Glenfiddich’s Experimental Series, designed to inspire unusual and unexpected whiskies, draws inspiration from Canada.
If Multnomah Whiskey Library were a book, it would be a choose-your-own-adventure novel—with 1,700 spirited options.
The Glenmorangie Pride 1974, the distillery’s oldest whisky expression, has collectors and aficionados in thirst for it, even with a hefty per-bottle price tag.