Episode 118: November 11, 2007

John Hall of Canada’s Kittling Ridge Distillery makes his whiskies the hard way, distilling and maturing his grains separately, then blending them years later to make Forty Creek Canadian Whiskey. He’s won numerous awards for his whiskies over the last several years, and we’ll hear his story in this week’s episode. In the news, a $12,000 Macallan, the guys who work at Glengoyne select three single-cask bottlings, a new Highland Park hits duty-free, and if you’ve ever dreamed of working in the whisky business, The Balvenie is looking for two serious whisky lovers.

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Links:  Forty Creek | The Macallan | Glengoyne | Highland Park | Dewar’s | The Balvenie | Compass Box

 

Mark Gillespie

I'm the host and executive producer of WhiskyCast.

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