Canadian whisky suffers something of a bad reputation around the world, partly due to some loose regulation and large out-put of poor-quality grain whisky. Yet this is an example of something extremely rare indeed, a Canadian single malt whisky! This beautiful dram comes from the Glenora distillery, situation in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Whilst the Scottish-esque name caused a few feathers to be ruffled on the other side of the Atlantic, the whisky is very delicious, and has a Speyside-like character, with plenty of biscuity cereal notes. An interesting and surprising Canadian single malt!