Glenora Distillery, the celebrated Canadian distillery nestled in the captivating Cape Breton Highlands of Nova Scotia, proudly announces its remarkable achievement of winning the prestigious Best In Show award in the North American Single Malt Whisky category at the 2023 L.A. Spirits Awards.
The L.A. Spirits Awards, renowned for its discerning recognition of excellence in the spirits industry, has bestowed this coveted honour upon Glenora Distillery for its exceptional 19 Year Old Single Malt Whisky. This accolade serves as a resounding testament to the distillery's unwavering commitment to quality, masterful craftsmanship, and the timeless art of whisky-making.
Glenora Distillery's unwavering pursuit of excellence finds its deepest roots in its rich heritage and the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia, Canada. Drawing inspiration from the time-honoured traditions of Scottish whisky-making, the distillery proudly employs authentic Scottish stills from Scotland, dedicating itself wholeheartedly to the cherished craft's traditions. This unique fusion seamlessly marries Old World charm with New World innovation, firmly establishing Glenora Distillery as a shining beacon of whisky craftsmanship in North America.
The Best In Show award at the L.A. Spirits Awards stands as a testament to the unwavering dedication of the entire Glen Breton Rare team, including the instrumental role played by Master Distiller Daniel MacLean, whose expertise and passion have been instrumental in upholding the brand's legacy.
"We are profoundly honoured to receive the Best In Show award for North American Single Malt Whisky at the L.A. Spirits Awards," stated Lauchie MacLean, President at Glenora Distillery. "This recognition reaffirms our steadfast commitment to crafting exceptional whiskies that resonate with both connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike. We eagerly anticipate sharing this remarkable achievement with our community, with full confidence that it will further enhance our brand's illustrious legacy and deeply resonate with whisky aficionados."