Any time The Glenlivet—the storied nearly 200-year-old Scotch whisky distillery—introduces a new whisky to its core lineup, it’s a big deal.
In recent years, a few select establishments have upped the ante by selling their own custom spirits in collaboration with classic marques. These special libations are worth the trip in themselves, from one of the most exclusive tequilas to a $5,000 bottle of Scotch.
An espresso martini with a twist, the espresso Manhattan is made with Angel’s Envy whisky and complemented with chocolate bitters and cherry brandy. The best way to describe the flavour is like a rich chocolate cake: decadent and smooth.
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.
Despite the challenges of 2020, many specialists predict that global volume sales for spirits will set a new record this year, mostly thanks to new distilleries making subtle differences to switch things up.
As any scotch connoisseur will tell you, there is a science to the perfect sip.
Taking a wine-makers approach to whiskey, Bearface is changing the game for Canadian whiskeys with bold and powerful flavours.