From classics to craft, best buys to collectibles, these Canada-only whiskies all make stellar souvenirs.
Archive: Canadian Whisky
Visit a hockey legend’s distillery, spend a whole weekend immersed in whisky, and enjoy some of the country’s best bars.
A short ferry ride from Portland, Maine, this eastern Canadian province has lots of whisky destinations to discover.
Famous Grouse has two new cask-finished blends, Westland is creating a unique single malt series called Reverie, and there are four new rice whiskies from Japan, as well as new Irish and bourbon whiskeys.
Russell’s Reserve 2002, Loch Lomond special editions for The Open, Gooderham & Worts, and craft whiskey are all hitting shelves.