It’s always rough being the first people in the door, especially when everyone else doesn’t exactly know where the door is or how to properly open the door.
Such, I feel, is the case of the much maligned Glen Breton Rare.
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears, I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.
Back in 1990, or as we North American’s call it, a really long time ago, Glenora Falls became the location of Nova Scotia’s newest Distillery. They would go on, in 2000, to be the location of the First, and only (at the time) Single Malt made in Canada, the Glen Breton Rare. Aged for 10 years, praised by Michael Jackson, and taking not only the name but the methods from Scotland, there was quite a bit of pomp and circumstance around this dram was quite large.
So, is the hype worth…
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