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The Glenora Inn & Distillery is located at Glenville, Inverness County, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Glenora Distillery, with an annual production of 250,000 litres of whisky, is the only single malt distillery in Canada. The Distillery started production in June 1990.
Glenora Distillery is located on a 300 acre site. The seven buildings house malt, kiln, milling production, warehouses, bottling, and hospitality facilities. The structures were constructed in a traditional post and beam style, similar in nature to distilleries found in Scotland.
The distillery and tourism facilities were constructed during the period 1988-1990. The current owners acquired the building in April, 1994. The annual production capacity of 250,000 litres can be expanded to 400,000 - 500,000 litres per annum with reasonable additional expenditures.Glen Bretton Whisky is produced by the traditional copper pot stills method using only three ingredients: Barley, Yeast and Water.
It can not be called 'Scotch' unless it is produced in Scotland, hence, Canadian Single Malt Whisky.
Glen Breton Rare Canadian Single Malt Whisky is the only single malt whisky produced in Canada. It is produced by the traditional copper pot stills method using only three ingredients: Barley, Yeast and Water.
Colour: Golden Amber
Nose: Butterscotch, heather, honey and ground ginger
Taste: Creamy with a good
flow of toasty wood, almond
Finish: Rounded, lingering, faintly sweet, merest whisper of peat
A World’s First
Glenora Distillery is pleased to announce the launch of its new whisky,
Glen Breton Ice, the world’s first single malt whisky aged in an ice wine barrel procured from international award winning Jost Winery, Malagash, Nova Scotia.
At cask strength (62.2% Alcohol/volume) Glen Breton Ice has been described as “amazing” with a beautiful nose and a sweet spicy taste with a hint of dry white grape.
Glenora Distillery Images Kindly Supplied By The Glenora Distillery.
Route 19/Ceilidh Trail
Glenville, Cape Breton
Phone: (902) 258-2662
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