Tag Archives: Canadian Whisky

Rye Whiskey 101

Norlan Whisky Glass comparison

The Guide To “America’s Original Whiskey” By Richard Thomas Driven in large part by its popularity as a core cocktail spirit in the mixology boom that began a decade ago, rye whiskey has risen from bourbon’s sleepy stepsister into a lively and legitimate sector of American Whiskey. While rye has not yet revived to what it was before Prohibition, it ...

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Book Review: Water Of Life By Daniel Marchildon

By Richard Thomas Although there are more books being published about whisk(e)y now that ever before, few, if any, fall outside the non-fiction category. Whiskey drinking might figure prominently in modern popular fiction, but unless you count the reality TV series Moonshiners, making whiskey isn’t the main subject of the story. “The distillery novel?” I hear you ask, “What is ...

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Canadian Club 100% Rye Whisky Review

Canadian Club 100% Rye Whisky

By Debbie Shocair Rating: C+ Canadian Club is a Beam Suntory-owned company that has been producing whisky for more than 150 years, and no doubt still riding the surge that came from its high-profile product placement in the recent popular series like Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men, recently brought its 100% Rye whisky in the US. Not only is this particular expression ...

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Canadian Club 100% Rye Crossing The Border

Last week Canadian Club officially brought its Canadian Club 100% Rye Whisky to the United States. This whisky was originally released in Canada 2014, and heretofore has come across the border by irregular means only. Produced by Beam Suntory Inc. partners Alberta Distillers Ltd., who have been making rye whiskies for 70 years, this new whisky combines the style of ...

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