Cheese Pairing

Pairing Notes

A spicy but smooth Canadian whisky, with the added layers of spice from Angostura bitters, brings a formidable flavour profile to a formidable aged cheddar. Canadian whisky is sweeter and softer, as it's predominantly made with corn or wheat. This is a textural match too—as the cheese melts and delivers its salty creaminess, the spice and structure of the cocktail help mellow the flavours.
The cheese has a fruity quality, wonderful matched with the smooth whisky profile and burnt orange/lemon flavours.