Welcome to Whiskytown, Canada

How lucky are we to have premium, in-demand spirits distilled in our own backyard?

Canadian whisky is currently one of the most exciting and trending spirits in the market. The New York Times even listed it specifically as a reason to visit Canada. Subsequently, connoisseurs and everyday whisky lovers are flocking across the border to get a sip.

And by across the border, we mean across the beautiful bridge into Windsor, Ontario. 

If you’re a whisky lover, you know that Windsor is no stranger to whisky. Not only is it home to North America’s largest distillery, it just so happens to be the home of Canadian Club and the Barrels, Bottles & Brews Trail!



To celebrate the area’s rich distilling history, WindsorEats has launched a new initiative to attract even more whisky lovers to the area – to be dubbed Whiskytown, Canada

Just as Kentucky is known as Bourbon Country, it only makes sense that Windsor be revered as Whiskytown. 

?To be heralded ?Whiskytown, Canada�, does our destination proud, as this spirit of ?liquid gold� provides the backdrop for another facet of tourism in Windsor Essex.  Having a distinctive, experiential and immersive distillery district, coupled with related tours and points of interest, only further enhances our portfolio and credibility amongst tourists and whisky enthusiasts alike,? says Gordon Orr, CEO of Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island.  


 


This initiative will showcase the unique whisky experiences available in the area and other tourist delights along the way…

Oh no, it doesn’t stop there. Whiskytown will host its inaugural Whiskytown Festival on August 4, 2018 with liquid gold samples and cocktails for all. 

WindsorEats invites you to join this whisky celebration in historic Walkerville – the original company town built and designed by Canadian Club creator, Hiram Walker. Find tickets and more information here.


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Discover more Whiskytown area experiences here


 

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