Whiskey | Scotch | Bourbon

IRISH WHISKEY

 

2 Gingers Irish Whiskey – Smooth, malty and slightly sweet to start, with a

tingle of honey and citrus. The woody essence of this four-year-aged blend suggests

caramel and vanilla to the finish. $6.50/9.75

Bushmills Original – Light and fruity with a spicy aroma and vanilla notes.

Gently warming with a touch of honey sweetness. $6/9

Bushmills Black Bush – A full fruitcake aroma with intense sherry sweetness

developing into dried fruit notes. A soft silky texture with a nutty character. $6.25/9.25

Bushmills 10 Year Old Malt – Fresh and zesty nose with honey and ripe fruit.

Soft taste with some vanilla, milk chocolate and toasted wood. $7/10.25

Bushmills 16 Year Old Malt – Big and robust aromas with toffee and sweet

spices. Honeyed praline flavour with deep caramelized fruits. $11/16.5

Connemara Single Malt Irish Whiskey – Smokey peatiness balanced by

hints of honey and dried fruits. Silky smooth taste with a honey sweet start, followed by

malt and fruit flavours giving way to full-bodied peat. $10/15

Green Spot – Spicy and soft, gentle bourbon oak, green woods, menthol, potpourri.

A creamy, long, vanilla finish. $8/12

Jameson Irish Whiskey – Mellow pot still whiskey with toasted wood and

sherry undertones. Smooth and sweet with mild woody and nutty notes. $6/9

Jameson Select Reserve Irish Whiskey – A burst of flavours combines to

produce a creamy, luscious taste experience. The special fruity sweetness from the grain

remains consistent, while the waves of vanilla, toasted wood and spices roll through from

the pot still whiskey and flame charred barrels. $7.25/10.5

Jameson Gold Reserve Irish Whiskey – Fragrant wood, rich pot still with

a touch of oloroso sherry sweetness and maple. A creamy, honey sweetness with a spicy

character. $12/18

Kilbegg an Irish Whiskey – Kilbeggan is named after St Bécán, one of the

Twelve Apostles of Ireland who founded a monastery in the area in the 6th century.

Smooth and malty. $6.5/9.75

Teeling Small Batch Irish Whiskey – Aged in Nicaraguan Rum barrels,

with a unique and smooth, sweet, slightly woody marriage that sparkles on the tongue.

$9/13.5

The Midleton Very Rare Irish Whiskey – Well balanced with notes of

spice, potpourri, oak resin and juicy cereals. A creamy sweet finish of fresh flowers,

butterscotch and vanilla. $25

Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey – Warm, sweet spices, pleasant maltiness

with toasted wood hints and a creamy vanilla smoothness. Smooth and gentle

lemongrass finish. $6/9

Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey – Full and fruity aroma with

a citrus spritzy-ness. A tang of oranges and lemons with a strong malt presence that

balances well with the oily sweetness. $9/13.5

Writers Tears – A blend of traditional pot still and single grain whiskey. Juicy

malt, soft vanilla and mild honey notes. $9/13.5

 

SCOTCH: SPEYSIDE

 

Aberlour 12 Year, Speyside – Soft and rounded nose, with fruity notes of

red apple. A fine sherried character balanced with rich chocolate, toffee, cinnamon and

ginger spiciness. $8/12

Balvenie Doublewood 12 Year Old, Speyside – Sweet fruits, oloroso

sherry and vanilla on the nose. The palate is smooth, rich and mellow, with a nutty

sweetness and hints of spices along with the sherry notes. $10.5/15.75

Benriach 12 Sherry Cask – The combination of oloroso and Pedro Ximenez

sherry casks gives a wonderful balance of mocha and dark chocolate interwoven with

figs, sultanas, vanilla, fruits and rich spices. $10/15

Cardhu 12 Year Old, Speyside – Streaks of smoke, apple peels, bruised pears

on the nose. A smooth, rounded, gentle sweetness, soft peat and a little smoke whisper

sweet nothings. $9/13.5

Cragganmore 12 Year Old, Speyside – A firm rounded body with a strong

malt taste, hints of sweet wood smoke and sandalwood. A haughty single malt with

smoky character. $10.5/16.25

Dalwhinnie 15, Speyside – Mellow, soft and lasting flavours of heather, honey

sweetness and vanillas followed by a deeper citrus fruit flavour and hints of malted

bread. $11.5/17.25

Glenfiddich 12 Year Old, Speyside – Fresh and fruity with a hint of pear.

Elements of butterscotch, cream, malt and subtle oak flavour. $7/10.25

Glenfiddich 15 Year Old, Speyside – Silky smooth, revealing layers of

sherry oak, marzipan, cinnamon and ginger. Full-bodied and bursting with flavour.

$10/15

Glenfiddich 18 Year Old, Speyside – Rich aroma with orchard fruits,

spiced apple and oakiness. Delivers dried fruit, candy peel and dates with oak notes.

$12/18

 

SCOTCH/ WHISKY: SPEYSIDE

The Glenlivet 12 Year Old, Speyside – A delicate malt with a flowery

bouquet and hints of herbal smokiness. Smooth and sweet fruit notes of white peaches

and pears poached in vanilla syrup. $7/10.25

The Glenlivet 15 Year Old, Speyside – Exotic creamy, rich nose with hints

of cinnamon and almonds. Caramel, fruity and nutty butterscotch finish from French

Oak. $9.5/14.5

The Glenlivet 18 Year Old, Speyside – Wonderfully balanced with bursts

of sweet oranges, rich fruit aromas and toffee notes. $12/18

The Glenlivet Nàdurra 16 Year Old, Speyside – Gaelic for “natural”

this expression has a fresh, intense and fragrant nose with hints of peaches and vanilla.

$11/16.5

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old – Strong maple with a hint of sea air. Dry, medium

body, briny oiliness and clean finish with a slight sherry note. $10.5/16.25

Singleton of Glendullan 12 Year Old, Speyside – Subtle woody

aroma with rich fruits like citrus, raisins and a hint of vanilla, honey and licorice. $8/12

 

SCOTCH/ WHISKY: HIGHLANDS

 

The Dalmore 12 Year Old, Northern Highlands – Rich and smooth

with a nose of plums, orange and marzipan. Notes of cinnamon, coffee and citrus

flavours round off the soft finish. $9.50/14.5

Glenfarclas 17 Highlands – Big, full-flavoured, with excellent balance.

Develops slowly, full of sherry, sweet malty tones and a touch of peat smoke.

$12.50/18.50

Glenmorangie 10 Year Old, No rthern Highlands – A fruity

bouquet with hints of vanilla and herbs. Slight peaches and cream flavours with essences

of fennel, coconut, almonds and nutmeg. $9.5/14.5

Glenmorangie La Quinta Ruban, Northern Highlands – A

musky scent of sandalwood combined with chocolate and walnuts. The taste gives

way to a swathe of rich, dark chocolate-enrobed walnuts with a hint of mandarin.

$10.25/15.75

The Macallan 18 Year Old – Dried fruits and ginger, with a hint of citrus,

vanilla and cinnamon. The finish is full and lingering with sweet toffee and a hint of

wood smoke. $31.25/NO DBL

Highland Park 10 Year Old, Orkney – Granny Smith green apples, very

muted sherry notes, salted honey, and then the faint, unmistakable aromatic peat and

Heather that are the signature taste of Highland Park. $8/12

Highland Park 12 Year Old, Orkney – A powerful malt full of “island”

character with a smooth, heather-sweet succulence. Rounded, smoky sweetness with a

full malt delivery. $9.5/14.50

Highland Park 18 Year Old, Orkney – Rich and mature with a top note of

aromatic smoke. Full flavours of honey and peat with a long finish. $19/28.5

Oban 14 Year Old, West Highlands – Mouth-filling late autumn fruits,

dried figs and honey sweet spices followed by a smoky, malty dryness. $16/24

Tullibardine Sovereign, Highland – Matured in first-fill bourbon

barrels, this dram exhibits barley, pear and creamy chocolate notes. $9.5/14.5

 

SCOTCH/ WHISKY: ISLAY & OTHER

 

Ardbeg 10 Year Old, Islay – Exceptional balance and depth, the aroma is a mix

of toffee and chocolate sweetness, cinnamon spice and medicinal phenols. An initial

moderate sweetness, followed immediately by a mouthful of deep peat notes, with

tobacco smoke and strong espresso coffee giving way to treacle sweetness and licorice.

$11.5/17.25

Ardbeg Uigeadail, Islay – Initially sweet as Christmas cake begins to soak into

the tongue, then a burst of winter spices sets off a smoky-spicy explosion countered by a

sumptuous mid-palate of honey glazed smoked food and chewy treacle. $18.50/27.5

Bowmore 12 Year Old, Islay – Remarkably warm and complex. The colour

is warm amber, and you’ll pick up peaty smokiness along with subtle notes of lemon,

honey and chocolate. $8/12

Bowmore 15 The Darkest – Delicious dark chocolate, sun-dried fruits and a

telltale wisp of Islay smoke. Tastes of cedar wood and rich treacle toffee. $11/16.5

Lagavulin 16 Year Old, Islay – Dry peat smoke fills the palate with a gentle

but strong sweetness followed by sea and salt with touches of wood. $14/21

Laphroaig ¼ Cask, Islay – Powerful smoke, sweet malt, wet turf, coal.

Develops chocolate and cinnamon. Full-bodied palate, rich and mouth-coating.

Delicious, sweet, gristy malt and rich peat with wood smoke. $10/15

Jura Superstition – This mysterious spirit has a unique style and character, with

tastes of spice, honey, pine and peat with a whisper of smoke. $10/15

Jura Elixir – Overtones of crushed almonds, pineapple and fresh roasted coffee,

born of a mix of American white oak and sherry casks. $10.5/16.25

Talisker 10 Year Old, Skye – Honeyed depth, a rich dried fruit sweetness with

clouds of smoke and strong barleymalt flavours, warming and intense. $10.5/16.25

Springbank 15 Year Old, Campbeltown – Toffee, cocoa, luxurious

sweetness, dried fruit and leather with a medium smooth mouthfeel. $19/28.5

 

SCOTCH/ WHISKY: LOWLANDS

 

Auchentoshan 12, Lowland – Aroma of toasted almonds and caramelized

toffee. Hints of tangerine, lime, cinnamon and ginger. $9/13.5

Auchentoshan Three Wood, Lowland – Blackcurrant, brown

sugar, orange, plum and raisin. Then hazelnut with hints of cinnamon and lemon. A

butterscotch sweetness adds to the overall complexity. $10.25/15.75

Glenkinchie 12 Year Old, Lowland – Slightly dry yet fresh, with hints of

late summer fruits, harvest fields, young wood and malted barley. $11/16.5

 

SCOTCH/ WHISKY: BLENDED

 

Dewar’s White Label, Blend – Medium-to-full bodied with a swirl of honey

and sprig of heather. Clean, fresh vanilla with pear and a sweetness with a curl of smoke.

$5.50/8.50

Johnnie Walker Red – Direct and fresh aromas, hints of vanilla and a

powerful smoky malt. Full and appetizing with a memorable and distinctive burst of

spicy warmth. $6/9

Johnnie Walker Black – Complex aromas, dry smokiness mixed with raisin

sweetness freshened by orange zest and citrus oils. Smooth with a deep challenging

flavour packed with rich smoky malt and peat. $7.25/10.5

Johnnie Walker Blue – Harmonious and perfectly balanced with hints

of smokiness and a real depth of sherry character, raisins and toasted nuts. Hugely

flavourful with a rich peatiness and deep smoke with traces of spice. $35/NO DBL

Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve – Multi-layered blend with a

smooth balance of sweet fruits and creaminess that evolves into deeper honeyed tones

before finishing in lingering waves of wood, fruit and light, sweet, west coast smoke.

$10.25/15.75

Johnnie Walker Platinum – A contemporary, subtly smoky blend that reflects

a strong, sweet and elegant Speyside style. Rich, dark and intense flavour that rewards

those who take the time to savour it. $19/28.5

 

BOURBON

 

Bookers – Wonderfully roasty with Colombian Java coffee mixing with singed-toast

black peppers. Delightfully bittersweet with butterscotch and vanilla. $8/12

Bulleit Bourbon – A delicate, silky entry leads to a dry yet fruity medium-to-full

body of honeyed grain, sweet baking spice, vanilla bean and pralines. $6.5/9.75

Gentleman Jack – Fresh and interesting without being overpowering. Lightbodied

with subtle confectionary and fruit characteristics. $6.75/10

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel – Exhibits advanced maturation notes in a robust

manner with notable wood effects and a strong confectionary presence. $7.25/10.50

Jack Daniel’s Old No . 7 – Exhibits a higher degree of fruit, confectionary and

developing wood notes with pronounced spice. $6/9

Jack Daniel’s Master Distillers #1 – With only seven men ever to oversee

the making of Jack Daniel’s, this limited edition is fuller, richer and deeper than Old No.

7. $6.5/9.75

Jack Daniels White Rabbit – This special edition honors Mr. Daniel’s opening

of the White Rabbit Saloon formerly located in Lynchburg’s town square. $6.75/10

Jim Beam – Opens sweet, with light caramel and vanilla flavours and, later, a slight

woody char. A long, crisp and clean finish. $6/9

Knob Creek 9 – Hints of toasted nuts, grain and oak. Rich, sweet, woody, fullbodied

almost fruity taste, with a long finish. $6.75/10

Maker’s Mark – Lush, pleasingly deep and malty. A firm nuttiness adds extra oily,

chewability to the toffee. $6.5/9.75

Wild Turkey 81 – Classic Wild Turkey spicy kick. A mellower counterpart to Wild

Turkey 101 with almonds, honey and blackberries. $6/9

Woodford Reserve – Rich, chewy, rounded and smooth with complex citrus,

cinnamon and cocoa. Toffee, caramel, chocolate and spice notes abound. $7/10.25

 

CANADIAN WHISKY

 

Forty Creek Barrel Select – This unique barrel selection process results in

a whisky where aromas of honey, vanilla and apricot fuse with toasty oak, black walnut

and spice. The flavour is rich and bold on the palate and completes in a long, smooth

finish. $6/9

Wisers Deluxe – Full, round body with an exceptional blend of oak, toasted grains

and rich toffee. $6/9

Wisers 18 – Plentiful mature oak with hints of baked apples, spice and rich caramel.

Deep and enduring finish. $9.5/17.25

Wisers Spiced – Sweet caramelized toffee, dried fruit rounded off with pleasant

vanilla. $6.75/10

Canadian Club – Spicy and zesty, complemented with hints of rich oak and sweet

vanilla, pleasant sweetness. $6/9

Crown Royal Deluxe – Delicately smooth and creamy with hints of oak and the

sweet flavour of vanilla. $6.75/10

Crown Royal Maple – An exceptionally smooth blend with an authentic, light,

maple-sweet taste and a warm, woody, caramelized note on the finish. $7.25/10.75

Crown Royal Black – Hints of oak and bourbon with delicate notes of fruit,

maple and vanilla. $7.25/10.75

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