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Often thought of as the pinnacle of the whisky distillers craft. Single malt whiskies often get all the accolades, the glory, and the steeper prices on the shelves. This year’s single malts entered in the Alberta Beverage Awards covered a wide range of bottle from Scotland to Bridgeland (in Calgary), and from the Netherlands to the land of the rising sun (Japan).  What the winners all have in common? A complex flavour and aroma, rich heat on the palate, and something noteworthy to say about each and every one.  - Tom Firth

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Best in Class

The Lakes Whiskymaker's Reserve No.5, United Kingdom
$110-130 CSPC TBD 

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Judges Selection

The Ileach Islay Single Malt Whisky, Scotland
$50-60 CSPC 703776

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Judges Selection

Millstone Oloroso Sherry Single Malt Whisky, Netherlands
$85-90 CSPC 795962


Judges selection

Shinobu Peated Pure Malt Whisky, Japan
$95-100 CSPC 869694


Judges selection

Bridgeland Distillery Glenbow Whisky Single Malt Whisky, Alberta, Canada
$70-75 (500mL) CSPC 835053

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Judges selection

Dublin City Single Malt Irish Whiskey, Ireland
$75-80 CSPC 859382

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Judges Selection

M&H Classic Single Malt Whisky, Israel
$85-90 CSPC 832018

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Judges selection

Millstone Single Malt PX Peated Whisky, Netherlands
$80-85 CSPC 795964


Judges selection

Alfred Giraud Heritage French Single Malt Whisky, France
$200 CSPC 854547

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Judges selection

Cotswolds Peated Cask Single Malt Whisky, United Kingdom
$120-130 CSPC 845906

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