Canon has the western hemisphere’s largest spirit collection. In addition to the amazing spirit list they offer a great selection of food and a nice, intimate dining area to accommodate you and your party. I could go on all day about this place but instead I will let you look at their food and spirit selections which speak for themselves. If you’re in the Seattle area, this should definitely be one of the places you visit.
Drink: A few years ago, Jeff Arnett, the Master Distiller at Jack Daniel’s, released a limited edition Unaged Tennessee Rye Whiskey before maturing the rest of the whiskey. After aging in brand new white oak barrels for two seasons, Jack Daniels invites you to taste what is now the limited edition Rested Tennessee Rye, a semi-aged, charcoal mellowed rye whiskey with hints of spice and vanilla. Available in limited quantities.
Drink: Teeling Whiskey Co. offers Vintage Reserve Single Malt Whiskey, some of the oldest single malt Irish Whiskey ever bottled, crafted from 21 year old Irish Whiskey distilled in 1991 and matured in bourbon casks, then married in Sauterne wine casks for a unique flavor. Each cask was hand selected for quality and taste. Limited to only 5,000 bottles.
Gear: Chiefs Tobacco Man Soap & Man Wash are high quality soap products for men that smell incredible. The tobacco scent smells like a fresh humidor and is non-toxic and biodegradable. Chiefs soaps and washes also are available in pine and lime scents. They also offer face wash and shaving cream. All Chiefs products are made in the USA with organic coconut and olive oils. Get them here.
Gear: German company Skypak has an awesome bar cart called “LA BARRIQUE WHISKEY”. It features reclaimed and up-cycled wood from authentic whiskey barrels carefully selected from famous distilleries in Europe and handcrafted to perfection in Germany. This trolley exhibits intricate whiskey stains and texture from the whiskey barrels, which make each trolley produced one-of-a-kind. Get it here.
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