Tag Archives: Canadian whisky

Shelter Point Single Malt, 46%

It’s literally been years since I tried any Canadian whisky. It’s been since early spring this year since I had any Canadian whisky. Part of the ‘weird whisky tasting’ I hosted about half a year ago, there was an older … Continue reading

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Online Tasting: The Night Time is the Rye Time II, by Whisky4All / Norbert Tebarts

This guy, Norbert, seems to be on a roll with all his tastings. He’s doing mostly American whiskey but I’ve seem other tastings being announced too. I’ve not looked too closely, since my sample stash is quite rapidly responding, contrary … Continue reading

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Danfield’s Limited Edition, 21 years old, 40%

The third whisky in the Canadian whisky tasting and book review, on the interwebs lovingly known as #DavinTT. I missed this one since I was out with friends for the weekend and it took me over a month to get … Continue reading

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Canadian Whisky – Davin de Kergommeaux

Canadian whisky is a kind of whisky I know (or knew) nothing about. Barely available in Europe and apart from Canada it’s only the big brands you will ever find. While there aren’t many distilleries, there are a lot of … Continue reading

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