American Whiskey Special plus Kingbarns, Single Oak Project, Edradour and Germany
Forty Creek Barrel Reserve
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 7 A gentle dram. Soft and rich. Soothes your worries away.
Forty Creek Barrel Select
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 8 The richest-tasting Canadian whisky I have tasted. Wins points for luxury.
Forty Creek Confederation Oak Reserve
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 4 Stylish. Though the oak has a big say, the spirit is holding its own well.
Forty Creek Evolution
Blended - Canada - 43.00% 7 It feels like a moderately aged grain whisky which has succumbed to the oak.
Forty Creek Heart Of Gold
Blended - Canada - 43.00% 8 I loved this for the subtle and delicious flavours. Masterly
Forty Creek John K Hall Double Barrel
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 6 Not working for me.
Forty Creek John K Hall Small Batch Reserve
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 7 Interesting nose but the palate does not quite fulfil the expectations. Oak speaks too loud at times.
Forty Creek John's Private Cask
Single Grain - U.S.A. - 40.00% 7 Interesting contrast between nose and palate.
Forty Creek Three Grain
Blended - Canada - 40.00% 7 In palate, the closer of the two to the Canadian tradition. Wins points for that attribute. I could drink quite a few of these.
John's Private Cask
Canadian distiller John Hall's unceasing travels from coast to coast across Canada have made him the best known distiller in the country. Each September Hall invites Canadian whisky aficionados to vi...
October 2011, Issue 99, page 6
Up on Forty Creek, the whisky sends me
Charles K Cowdery explores a Canadian distillery that can lay claim to making a true small batch bourbon – and a quality one, too
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?The ?Forty Creek Factor?
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A brave new world
Using his knowledge and passion for wine,whisky maker John Hall is creating one of the most iconic Canadian brands, Rob Allanson went to find out why.
November 2007, Issue 67, page 45
The Canadian new world
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July 2009, Issue 81, page 12
Out of the shadows
Our man picks his top five Canadian whiskies knocking at the door
June 2014, Issue 120, page 48
The Distillery District, Toronto Our Canadian correspondents provide an intimate view of distilling in one of Canada's biggest cities
June 2013, Issue 112, page 46
Permission to Tour
Davin de Kergommeaux finds visiting Canadian distilleries is not as easy as it seems.
September 2011, Issue 98, page 39
Land of legends
Canada is a great holiday destination and has a fascinating take on whisky production. In this guide we look at two centres:Ontario and Calgary
September 2008, Issue 74, page 38
From Eau-de-Vie to Uisge Beatha
Alex Kraaijeveld looks at the growth of alternative distillers worldwide – and he likes what he sees
June 2002, Issue 23, page 60
New World Order
With the search for the Global Icons of Whisky nearing its end, we turn our attention to the rest of the world; this includes producing nations such as Ireland, Japan, Canada and India.
March 2013, Issue 110, page 6
Traditions pride and whisky
We find the best bars in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
April 2014, Issue 119, page 48
Heading out east
It doesn't shout about it loudly but Canada has some great whiskies and some great distilleries to visit. It's just a matter of finding them and making the effort to get to them.
September 2009, Issue 82, page 36
A different beast
Canada's whisky industry is a pale imitation of what it once was. But if you're thinking of visiting its distilleries be prepared for a lot of travel – its few remaining distilleries are spread righ...
September 2007, Issue 66, page 32
100 Greatest Distilleries to Visit
Our team of writers around the world give you the distilleries you should visit.
December 2011, Issue 100, page 30