Tasting Across the Hemispheres

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Explore Quintessential Whiskies Around the Globe

Most countries make whisky these days, but there are still a few legendary regions crafting wholly unique standards. Besides the bourbons and ryes of the U.S., Canada also produces their own great ryes. Across the pond, there are the delicious single malts of Scotland—including the peat-heavy offerings of Islay—and Ireland’s iconic pot still whiskey, lighter and more citrusy. Head to Asia and you’ll be greeted by the brilliant blends of Japan, a delicate melange of flavors, ideal for both neat-sipping and Highballs. Five countries, five vast varieties of whisky.

Knob Creek® Single Barrel Reserve Bourbon
Complex vanilla, nuts, oak, caramel, and slightly smokey | 60%

Alberta® Premium Cask Strength Rye
Caramel, vanilla, chocolate, black currant, spice and dark fruit | 63.7%

Laphroaig® Select
Smoky peat, spicy oak, sherry-forward fruit notes, and a surprising sweetness | 40%

Kilbeggan® Single Pot Still
Melon, candied peel, nutmeg, and honeysuckle aromas | 43%

Hibiki® Japanese Harmony
Rose, sandalwood, rosemary, honey, and candied orange peel | 43%

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