A collaboration with Still Waters distillery and Barchef, one of Toronto's favourite bars, has resulted in this premium cocktail that is ready to serve. This expertly blended and flavourful Old Fashioned boasts roasted chestnut tastes and hits of cardamom. All the work is done for you — simply pour and enjoy.
For the more seasoned whisky enthusiast in search of assertive whisky flavours, this cask-strength Speyside has been aged in ex-bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks. The upshot is a whisky that rides the rails between rich, earthy notes, fresh fruit and a sherried sweetness. Spice and smoke frame the experience as it draws down to a dry and honeyed finale.
Buffalo Trace is one of the forerunners of the bourbon movement, long established and taking its rightful place as a signature taste of Kentucky. With Canadian Master Blender Drew Mayville handling duties, you’ll experience an ultra-smooth bourbon from the heartland that possesses that perfect balance of caramel, spice and vanilla alongside floral aromas.
For fans of Canadian Club 6 Year Old Premium, this is the same whisky, but it’s left to age for an additional 14 years. The result is a firmly flavoured sipping whisky that delivers ample oak, chewy dried fruit, baking spices and a clench of peppery zing, while a suggestion of smoke swirls in the afterburn. It’s a wholly impressive whisky that is worth the wait — but don’t miss out on picking up yours now.
Celebrations should always be accompanied by something this delicious and smooth. To mark the 160th year of Canadian Club, this Celebration Batch combines an aged malted barley with a perennial favourite, Original 1858. Toasted grain, barley and subtle molasses sweetness intrigue, as plum and oak notes add extra depth. Handsomely packaged, it makes for a great gift — even to yourself.
Barrelled in 1977 to mark the birthplace of the legendary Canadian Club in Windsor and left to mature and mellow since, this extraordinary release was just named Canadian Whisky of the Year by Jim Murray. As it’s part of the distillery’s CC Chronicles series, expect to be wowed by the smooth, creamy body and complexity of flavours. Vanilla, dried fruit, salted caramel and wood spice all unfold with a prickle of heat tingling on the finish.
This unique whisky is distilled in Crown Royal’s legendary Coffey still at its Gimli, Manitoba, distillery. One of the five whiskies that come together in Crown Royal Deluxe, it’s given centre stage in this special release. It's creamy, rich and brimming with the spicy character of rye, and has an assertive oak presence.
Here’s a bourbon that soars above the everyday with a powerful body and medley of flavours. This multiple-award-winning bourbon earns its reputation where it counts — by impressing whisky admirers with its big, bold personality. Forward notes of almond and rich cocoa treat the palate as caramel, orange, honey and fruit aromas swirl. Those firm flavours fade on a delightfully long finish.
Pouring a classic cocktail has never been easier. This fuss-free bourbon-barrel-aged ready-to-drink option from Founder’s adds an extra accent of vanilla and spice to go along with the sweet cherry and citrus notes. Simply pour this Old Fashioned (each bottle has enough for three drinks) over ice, or serve it with a splash of water, kick back and enjoy.
The inspiration for bringing together 11 different whisky components (grain types, distilling methods and barrel types) is found in William Gooderham’s long-ago adoption of 11 orphans, but the real story is the sheer complexity and flavours on display in this special release. Look for crisp orchard fruit, honey, pepper, spice and a touch of smoke to satisfy your taste for something special. Part of J.P. Wiser’s Northern Border Series Rare Release collection.
A great matchup awaits your next whisky sipping session with the Alumni Series. This limited release honours the fiercely competitive style Wendel Clark brought to the ice, and now you can bring that taste home with this spicy, full-bodied 100% rye. Secure this 11-year-old whisky now — it’s sure to be a top draft pick for fans this fall.
This single malt takes the burnishing of barrel-finished flavours to unprecedented depths. Jura initiates the aging in bourbon barrels and then follows with a succession of oak casks: Vosges, Jupilles, Les Bertranges, Allier, Tronçais and Limousin. Celebrate that originality, absolutely, but more to the point, indulge in the flavours of caramelized peach, licorice and candied orange with a misting of sea spray and smoke.
Here, Master Blender Dr. Don Livermore shows his flair for producing a formidable cask-strength whisky, as part of J.P. Wiser’s Northern Border Series Rare Release collection. Crafted in small batches using rye grain in a single copper pot still, it has bold flavours that lead with ripe fruit aromas and hints of toffee before a full-bore attack of apple, soothing vanilla, edgy rye, black pepper and a note of clove. The quietly persistent finish is dry and warming.
From America’s first whiskey company (founded 1753), Michter’s has been a long-time favourite stateside. Now available at the LCBO, this small-batch whiskey illustrates the discriminating tastes of Master Distiller Pam Heilmann and her team. Experience for yourself the appeal of smooth caramel mingled with stone fruit, smoke and a firm oak finish, and you’ll understand the distillery’s favoured reputation.
Don’t miss out on this rare release — the second annual interpretation as selected by Master Blender Dr. Don Livermore, and part of J.P. Wiser’s Northern Border Series Rare Release collection. This 21-year-old whisky is finished in French and Hungarian oak casks to deliver an exceptionally smooth spirit. Light and crisp on the entry, it has an intrigue of dried fruit, honey and nutmeg followed with a perfectly perched endnote of vanilla.