Canadians take pride in their whisky, but one very special whisky often goes overlooked on store shelves. That’s a mistake, though…Alberta Premium was chosen by Jim Murray as his Canadian Whisky of the Year in his 2006 Whisky Bible, and we’ll hear from the man who makes it, Master Distiller Jim Rogerson. Also, the recipe for the perfect Mint Julep in time for the Kentucky Derby, honors for two whisky writers and the release of the second edition of David Wishart’s “Whisky Classified”, a retirement at The Dalmore, and John Hansell updates us on the spring edition of Malt Advocate magazine.
Episode 37: April 28, 2006
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