From creamy to refined, there’s a whisky for every taste. Here are 3 ways to enjoy
LOOK Golden colour.
TASTE Halfway during the maturation process, this whisky is transferred from a traditional oak cask to a European oak sherry cask, resulting in a lingering
sweetness mixed with spices like cinnamon and clove.
BEST FOR Sipping straight or with a drop of water.
2. SORTILÈGE MAPLE CREAM
LOOK Creamy, pale brown.
TASTE Farm fresh dairy, blended with maple syrup and Canadian whisky result in an indulgent after dinner drink that is silky smooth on the palate, with a hint of warmth.
BEST FOR This Canadian made product makes a perfect gift. Sip on the rocks, or as an ingredient in a Canadian-Irish coffee.
LOOK A soft orange colour gives way to intense spice.
TASTE Lingering on the tongue are notes of holiday spice: cardamon, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, vanilla and butterscotch.
BEST FOR This whisky is well suited to winter cocktails, or for use in holiday baking – think pumpkin pie crème carmel.
This wines and spirits article first appeared in the Winter 2013/14 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.