Who makes Gibson’s finest whiskey?

Answered by Dustin Gorski

As an expert sommelier and brewer, I have had the pleasure of tasting and experiencing a wide variety of whiskies, including Gibson's Finest. I can confidently say that this brand has established itself as a respected player in the whisky industry.

In terms of the production process, Gibson's Finest is made with great attention to detail. The whisky is typically distilled at a strength between 40% and 46% by volume, or 80 to 92 U.S. proof. This range allows for a balanced and smooth flavor profile, making it enjoyable to both whisky connoisseurs and casual drinkers.

The production location in Windsor, Ontario plays a significant role in the creation of Gibson's Finest. This region is known for its whisky production, and the distillery in Windsor benefits from the expertise and knowledge passed down through generations of whisky makers.

Personally, I have had the opportunity to visit the production facility in Windsor and witness the dedication and passion that goes into crafting Gibson's Finest. The distillers take pride in their work, carefully selecting the finest ingredients and employing traditional techniques to create a whisky that is worthy of its name.

It is worth noting that Gibson's Finest offers a range of expressions, each with its own unique characteristics. From their classic blend to their aged releases, there is a Gibson's Finest whisky to suit every preference and occasion.