Making great whisky is serious business.
Whisky takes time. You can create it and leave it in barrel “while your kids grow up and head off to college” kind of time.
For example, Paradigm Spirits -The Heritage Collection – Whisky of the Year in Canada spent 19 years in barrels. Then along came friends and partners Michelle deBus and Irma Joeveer who were just beginning their whisky journey. They purchased the filled barrels to start Paradigm.
Then blended in some Oloroso Sherry and found a stunning balance between the corn whisky and sherry.
Davin de Kergommeaux Canada’s Whisky authority and founder of the Canadian Whisky Awards describes The Heritage as having
“sublime complexity and elegance with fresh fruity top notes”
This is a really nice story of people who dreamt a dream of making whisky and how it all led to being named Whiskey of the Year in Canada. Besting 200 other whiskeys.
Our guests are Irma Joeveer and Michelle Debus