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Great King St Blended Scotch with Dan & Ryan

Great King St is another Compass Box whisky, like the Peat Monster we reviewed earlier in which I complain about being unable to order liquor to Ontario because our bureaucracy is too much of a pain in the ass for anyone to want to deal with. sigh… Compass Box call themselves a boutique whiskymaker and

Grant’s Family Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky with Dan, Ryan & Goran

Yeah… Grant’s.  To be fair, this is their entry scotch.  But it does set off a few specific warning bells: blend, twist off, website mentions mixing, etc.  Not that there’s anything inherently wrong with a blend, we just haven’t had a good one here yet.  Still haven’t. smell Dan – sulfur, peat, burnt sugar Simon

Finally! The Innis & Gunn 6 Pack

File this under “about goddamned time” – Innis & Gunn finally realized that a bag of bottles is not a classy way to take their product home and have put out a 6 pack.  Only found Original so far, but maybe they’ll make another sampler pack with me having to wait until Christmas.  You can

The Peat Monster with Dan

Doing the background research for this bottle got me a little frustrated. I think I’m getting some traffic from the States these days, so for the benefit of you and others from outside Ontario, Canada, let me break it down for you.  Our booze is controlled through the provincial government.  We buy our beer at