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A Wonderland of Whisky Coming to Hammond

Hammond Golf and Country Club, Broken Stick Brewery and Hammond Hill wilderness retreat are bringing the best the world of whisky has to offer to Clarence-Rockland. Whisky Wonderland is a multi-day event filled with music, fine dining, cigars and the intoxicating aromas of peat, grain, smoke and caramel found in a glass of whisky.  — stock photo
Hammond Golf and Country Club, Broken Stick Brewery and Hammond Hill wilderness retreat are bringing the best the world of whisky has to offer to Clarence-Rockland. Whisky Wonderland is a multi-day event filled with music, fine dining, cigars and the intoxicating aromas of peat, grain, smoke and caramel found in a glass of whisky.
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Eastern Ontario’s largest whisky event is calling the Hammond Golf & Country Club home this February, bringing cigars, craft beers, fine dining and, of course, more than 30 whisky vendors to Clarence-Rockland.

From February 17 to 19, the Hammond Golf Club and the RiverRock Inn are hosting a weekend filled with events ranging from whisky tastings, masterclasses, cigar bar, sleigh rides, ice sculpting and live music.

Brought together by the Hammond Golf club, Broken Stick Brewery and Hammond Hill wilderness retreat, Whisky Wonderland will include some of the biggest names in scotch and whisky like Glenlivet, Bowmore, Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark, but also Canadian brands like Signal Hill from Newfoundland and Ontario’s Stalk & Barrel whisky.

The event is put on with Mike Brisebois, also known as The Whisky Explorer, who organizes tasting events across Canada, connecting whisky companies with consumers.

Tickets for the various attractions are available online as well as a calendar with a full list of the weekend’s offerings at www.whiskywonderland.ca.