Signal Hill Canadian Whisky
January Whisky (2/2):-
The concept of Signal Hill Whisky came about in 2014, when two industry veterans concluded it was the right time to develop a unique blend.
The name was derived while looking upon one of Canada’s historic and iconic landmarks— Signal Hill in St. Johns, Newfoundland.
Colum and pot distilled from the highest quality corn and barley and then aged in 3 different casks, Canadian Whisky, New American Oak and 1st use Bourbon, Signal Hill is finally blended with the pristine water of Newfoundland, Canada and non-chill filtered.
When you wet your lips against a glass of Signal Hill whisky, you’re not just drinking a drop produced by a multiple Distillery of the Year-winning producer. You’re taking a sip of history.
Against the Windsor skyline, few landmarks stand taller than the Hiram Walker & Sons campus. Located on the Detroit River, that cluster of buildings overlooks bustling Walkerville, which is always filled to bursting with novel dining and shopping experiences.
And yet, despite everyone being familiar with Hiram Walker & Sons, few truly understand the sheer scope of what goes on inside that industrious distillery. From the brand centre to the distillery to the warehouse, the wheels never stop turning!
Hiram Walker & Sons blends about 130 million litres of alcohol (or 5,000,000 cases of spirits!) a year. The facility operates 24 hours a day, 25 days a month, to create a variety of products, including vodka, rum, liqueurs, gin and Canadian Whisky
At Hiram Walker & Sons, tradition blends with innovation. Since its foundation in the 1850s, the Hiram Walker & Sons method is a tried and tested one. Selecting the highest quality grains. Fermenting the corn, barley, rye, and wheat separately. Distilling all the different liquids at their individual boiling points.
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