The combination of both pot and column still whiskies results in flavours both light and heavy – modern, bold and complex. This rich blend makes for a whisky that would’ve made William Gooderham and James Worts proud – and one that couldn’t have happened anywhere else in the world.
Complex interaction of red apples, dried spices and honey, subtle raisin bread, almonds and baked vanilla
Full, round and smooth
Red apples followed by fresh breads and barley malts, slowly opening to a distinct oak character
Warm, lingering rye spices