Glen Breton Rare 19 Ice Cask Strength Single Malt

So in our group, I’m at the heart of an odd, but fun situation. Anyone who has either drank with me or have read my mystery reviews knows I am bad at them. Also anyone who knows me knows that I speak with confidence when discussing anything, because I worked in marketing, and literally if you don’t act like you know 100% of everything all… Continue reading Glen Breton Rare 19 Ice Cask Strength Single Malt

Glen Breton Rare 10 Ice Cask Strength Single Malt

As part of the Toronto Whisky Society end of year celebration, we ended up with a few whiskies to share. 2017 was a great year for us. Thus I don’t actually remember who brought this or the last or next review, but thank you! And feel free to add a username for me to thank below! Currently we’re seeing a growth in Canadian whisky, with quality improving.… Continue reading Glen Breton Rare 10 Ice Cask Strength Single Malt

Distillery Spotlight: Glenora Distillery, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

When most people think of Canadian whisky, their minds go to blends or rye (whether the whisky contains any rye spirit or not). Rarely do people associate Canada with single malts, although there are a number of distilleries producing them today with the craft distilling boom hitting the Great White North. But before that boom, while brown spirits were giving way to white spirits in … Continue reading Distillery Spotlight: Glenora Distillery, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

Glen Breton Multi-Review: 10, 12 Ice Wine, 15 Battle of the Glen

Glenora is a distillery in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia (New Scotland), Canada, an area where many Scottish immigrants settled early in Canada’s history. Like many people on that end of the country, they don’t do things like all the other Canadians. Rather than make blended stuff like all the other distilleries, they started making single malt in the 90s, the first in North America to … Continue reading Glen Breton Multi-Review: 10, 12 Ice Wine, 15 Battle of the Glen