J.P. Wiser's NHL Alumni Whisky Series

I was able to try each of these through the Toronto Whisky Society, which was given the chance to try them by Wiser’s themselves. Special commemorative editions of things, especially mashups of two different fandoms, are always something to question before buying: Why are you buying it? For the?Wiser’s Alumni Whisky Series, you could tell me you purchased any of these to go on a… Continue reading J.P. Wiser's NHL Alumni Whisky Series

Tomatin 12 / 14 Port Wood / Cù Bòcan 1988 Vintage / 36

Recently I was privileged enough to join a tasting put on by Tomatin, through the Toronto Whisky Society. Tomatin is an interesting distillery for me. I am not the biggest Highland fan, however, years ago I decided to dive deep on them due to (no joke) a request for more reviews from distilleries that start with T. Tomatin, of course, means Hill of the Juniper… Continue reading Tomatin 12 / 14 Port Wood / Cù Bòcan 1988 Vintage / 36

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel – Gates Circle Store Pick

Thanks to /u/blaw84 for this sample. I think. 90% of Canadians live within a small portion of the Canadian border. As such many Canadians who travel across the border on a regular basis find some stores near the largest undefended border. These stores, knowing that my country hates alcohol and needs to be big brother about it, pick their own store picks, showing us what life would… Continue reading Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel – Gates Circle Store Pick

Ron Burgundy Great Odin’s Raven Special Reserve

Thanks to my buddy for having this on hand. I love scotch. Scotchy scotch scotch.?Ron Burgundy Great Odin’s Raven Special Reserve?is a Scotch. As such, here it goes down, down in my belly. My buddy brought out this whisky as something I should have reviewed a while ago. Why? Well, I don’t know how to put this but I’m kind of a big deal. That’s… Continue reading Ron Burgundy Great Odin’s Raven Special Reserve