Happy Wednesday Everybody,
This week, we're traveling across the pond to Canada. Glen Breton, the only single malt from Canada comes from Glenville in Nova Scotia. The president Lauchie MacLean leaves little to the imagination on who settled this part of Canada (not the French).
Colour: Golden amber.
Nose: Butterscotch, heather, honey and ground ginger.
Taste: Creamy with a good flow of tasty wood, almond and caramel.
Finish: Rounded, lingering, faintly sweet, the merest whisper of peat.