Detailed Description of Glen Breton Rare
Glen Breton Rare Battle of Glen 15 in stock, When the Scotch Whisky Association launched its law suit against Glenora Distillers in 2000, shortly after the release of its first bottling proudly called “Glen Breton Rare“, a media frenzy soon followed in newspapers, magazines, and online newsletters, forums, and blogs.
North America’s only Single Malt Whisky distillery was a hot topic amongst the whisky and local cultural communities. Upon victory in the summer of 2009 it was decided to dedicate a bottling to celebrate this epic battle so fittingly called the “Battle of the Glen.”
Glen Breton Rare Battle of Glen 15 Year Old Canadian Single Malt Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose: Subtle, summer-cut applewood, with undertones of Highland honey.
Palate: Taking by surprise, come the waves of malt, powerful, but without overbearing, then a complex orchard of flavour.
Finish: Rich, almost lubricious mouthfeel, The malt withdraws into heat, resolving into the warm caress of an enduring companion, Peat character is very subtle – rather wisps of hardwood smoke, evoking memories of autumn leaves.
Glenora Distillers is a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada, on Cape Breton Island. Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare whisky, made in the Scottish-style in that it is a single malt whisky, not a rye, as is traditional in Canada.
The distillery also makes several specialty whiskies and rum, and operates the Glenora Inn & Distillery as a tourist attraction and bed and breakfast. Glenora Distillers is now[when?] one of four single malt Scottish-style distilleries in Canada.