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Shelter Point Ripple Rock Whisky

47% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Warm spices, with a light amount of fruits, an earthy malting floor, and lemon cake.... [Read more]

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Shelter Point Single Cask “Patience Is A Virtue”

59.6% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Sweet and malt flavours give way to red fruit, leather, honey, orange citrus, and some spices.... [Read more]

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Shelter Point Montfort 151

46% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Opening up with a malty sweetness pouring over citrus and warm spices. There is oak, toffee, and a bourbon-van... [Read more]

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Shelter Point The Collective

46% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: The nose starts with light fruits and touches on a moderate phenolic aroma. I think there is a malty underlaye... [Read more]

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Amrut 2011 Single Cask 5-Year Port Pipe Peated

59% ABV - India

Nose: Opening with rich, jammed fruits, and a peated character. The red fruits lead with touches of peppermint, cher... [Read more]

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Shelter Point Ripple Rock Whisky

47% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Warm spices, with a light amount of fruits, an earthy malting floor, and lemon cake.

Taste: Ripe nectarine and plum, layered on top of wood an... [Read more]

Shelter Point Single Cask “Patience Is A Virtue”

59.6% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Sweet and malt flavours give way to red fruit, leather, honey, orange citrus, and some spices.

Taste: It’s fairly wood– and vanilla–forward, with some f... [Read more]

Shelter Point Montfort 151

46% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Opening up with a malty sweetness pouring over citrus and warm spices. There is oak, toffee, and a bourbon-vanilla hit in the background.

Taste: Bold malt, wood spices, and fruits, with a sweet b... [Read more]

Shelter Point The Collective

46% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: The nose starts with light fruits and touches on a moderate phenolic aroma. I think there is a malty underlayer with some citrus, toffee, and spices on top.

Taste: A mild smokiness rolls over orchard fruits and at ... [Read more]

Amrut 2011 Single Cask 5-Year Port Pipe Peated

59% ABV - India

Nose: Opening with rich, jammed fruits, and a peated character. The red fruits lead with touches of peppermint, cherrywood, and chocolate in behind.

Taste: The fruit explosion is real with currants, plums, ... [Read more]

Shelter Point Double Barreled 5th Release Blackberry Wine

46% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: There are fresh fruits and spices, laced with wine and jelly notes. The slightly malted sweetness of Shelter Point shines most here. The robust bottling strength gives you the nose tingles on deep dives.

Taste: The mouthfeel is quite light and brings fruits, be... [Read more]

Shelter Point The Forbidden

49.8% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: No doubt this is a sweet dram! Corn oil, grains, light fruits, cereal, and graham cracker clamour up the walls of the glass. Lesser so, there is pear, white wine, melon, and light citrus. An impressive number of flavours, but all remaining very soft.

Taste: Unsurprisingly, it’s very sweet. An oily-creamy mo... [Read more]

Fermentorium Government Street Whisky Double Barrel

43% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: Very sweet, with a good dose of citrus, kumquat, and candied apple. There is some Jolly Rancher hard candy, lemon-orange, and white cake swirling around somewhere too.

Taste: The sweetness continues to deliver making this a d... [Read more]

Laphroaig 25-Year 2018 Edition

52% ABV - Islay

Nose: An explosion of light fruits, peat, and ash. An earthiness with grasses and tropical fruits. There are hints of an orchard fruit pie, with some vegetal and floral notes in the background.

Taste: It is a medium-density vegetal peat, getting more ... [Read more]

Pemberton Valley Single Malt Single Cask

44% ABV - British Columbia, Canada

Nose: An overwhelming amount of spice (nutmeg, clove, cinnamon) followed by some bread, fresh oak, and a light sweetness in the background.

Taste: Lots more of those spices, but now accented with r... [Read more]

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