Ileach Islay Cask Strength

Thanks to /u/WDMC-905 for this sample. Let’s cut to the chase: Ileach Islay Cask Strength is one of two whiskies bottled and distributed by the Vintage Malt Whisky Company. Who makes it? Someone on Islay. I don’t know who. What’s the age? Well fuck you, that’s what it is. We know they peat it though, so… it’s not Bunnahabhain. […]

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Compass Box Enlightenment

Thanks to /u/WDMC-905 for this sample. We’ve all been there. That moment where you’re plugging along, trying to change life, trying to be better, and… you end up tired, in the middle of things, and dragging your ass along. You go back to trying to do those things that make you happy… However due to being tired, […]

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Black Fox Single Barrel Wheat Whisky

I’d like to thank Black Fox Farm & Distillery for sending this bottles to the Toronto Whisky Society. Black Fox Farm & Distillery is a farm in Saskatchewan that, from what I’m seeing, originally specialized in flowers. My knowledge of flowers goes so far as to be able to identify their colour, if the mix is pleasing to […]

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Wiser’s One Fifty

I’d like to thank Wiser’s for sending this bottles to the Toronto Whisky Society. Wiser’s One Fifty is a special bottling of Wiser’s. It was released for the 150th year of Canada being a country… ruled by European’s. Before that it goes for 10,000 some odd years, and even before that the fish had it. But it’s 150 years […]

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Caldera Hurricane #5

I’d like to thank Caldera Distilling for sending this bottles to the Toronto Whisky Society. Caldera Distilling is located in the historical shipbuilding community of River John, Nova Scotia. For those of you who aren’t up on the happenings of fishing in that area, it’s gone down in recent years, due to overfishing. Also the demand for clippers […]

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Highwood Distillers Ninety 5 & Ninety 20

I’d like to thank Highwood Distillers for sending these bottles to the Toronto Whisky Society. For some people, Highwood Distillers will sound familiar, as I’ve reviewed some of their whiskies before. And if you’ve noticed, I haven’t been singing their praises. However I don’t think that’s their point. Canadian whisky became popular because people, at one point, wanted […]

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