This was not the Club’s favourite whisky, although it came in at a reasonable price for an 18 year-old at $190.45 at the LCBO. Matured in American and Spanish Oak Casks. Perhaps a touch sweet with not much complexity, ending in a smokiness that didn’t quite fit the
This Single Malt Whisky comes from Glenora distillery on Cape Breton. Generally mild flavours make it an easy sipper, with light notes of salty brine and smoke, layered under honey and citrus. The Club has sampled 2 Glen Bretons in the past – a 10 and a 15 – and we are happy to support a Canadian distillery once again, particularly given the immigrated Scottish tradition this distillery touts as the heart of its approach to whisky-making. Cheers to a truly Canadian dram!