Glenfiddich IPA Experiment

I’d like to thank Glenfiddich for giving the Toronto Whisky Society a bottle of Glenfiddich IPA to review. While we were given this bottle, please note that these reviews are my own, we keep 100% editorial power over them. I don’t like beer. I know that sounds like I’m starting negatively, however give me a second. So I like some porters and stouts. Why? Because one’s a cute long… Continue reading Glenfiddich IPA Experiment

Teeling 5 part review

Thanks to /u/cantbelieveyoureddit for being a great bartender. For awhile now I’ve been slowly collecting Teeling whiskies to eventually do a multi review. I have a decent amount of them. When planning for the trip, I had looked around at a lot of “Internet v.1.0” websites that directed me towards various whiskey bars in Dublin. The odd one mentioned Jameson Distillery, what with the new… Continue reading Teeling 5 part review

Mosswood Barrel Aged American Whiskey – California Sour Ale Barrel

Thanks to /u/Kilrathi for this sample! I don’t like beer… much. Okay, don’t stone me. Before I was married (5 years ago), we needed to pick a beer. And being the proper young man that I was, I wanted to support smaller, independent breweries. So I ran 3 beer tastings. One for my Best Man and I, one for some friends (which ended in me falling… Continue reading Mosswood Barrel Aged American Whiskey – California Sour Ale Barrel

Abraham Bowman Quad Review [Gingerbread Beer Finish, Apple Cider Finish, Double Barrel, Port Finish]

Couple things to get out of the way. First up: Yes, I know my glasses are cloudy. It’s not dirt, I am just really, really bad at polishing my glasses. Also the last two weeks have been a whirlwind of insanity in my life, and if I could tell you, the reader, about it, I would, however I can’t so I won’t. The TOModera house… Continue reading Abraham Bowman Quad Review [Gingerbread Beer Finish, Apple Cider Finish, Double Barrel, Port Finish]

Santis Highlander Edition Cask Strength Peated

I will always say this: If you enjoy Scotch, or Bourbon, yet can’t keep up with the price hikes, you should try a whisky that is made near you. It won’t always be amazing, however for every 10 bad or just “okay” whiskies out there, there’s a good company making tasty stuff. Just look at Amrut, or Forty Creek, or Sullivan’s Cove, or Nikka. If… Continue reading Santis Highlander Edition Cask Strength Peated