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Bourbon Bliss

This is a guest article by Tod Stewart, contributing editor, Quench Magazine. Though there’s nothing like travelling through Kentucky’s rolling hills, sampling bourbon as you go, enjoying great whiskey (and great food) along with some virtual friends in the dead … Continue reading

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Words and Whiskey with Donal O’Gallachoir of Glendalough Distillery

This is a guest article by Tod Stewart, contributing editor of Quench magazine. I may be starting to repeat myself, but some things are worth repeating. In this case it’s that there is a continuing reinvention/renaissance of the Irish whiskey … Continue reading

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Unleashed from the East

This is a guest post by Tod Stewart, Contributing Editor, Quench magazine. Perhaps those most caught off guard by the surge in popularity of Japan’s whiskies were Japanese whisky makers. When the 2013 Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask was named … Continue reading

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Sake Sipping by Tod Stewart

This is a guest article by Tod Stewart. Availing oneself to a comprehensive selection of top-flight sake in Canada can, at times, be tricky, and lately it’s been somewhat more so. However, as an increasing number of wine and spirit … Continue reading

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Summer Spirits by Tod Stewart

This is a guest article by Tod Stewart. Adapting to the new not normal has meant (among other things) adapting to the concept that the home bar is now the only bar (though as I write this, things are gradually … Continue reading

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