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A talk with Glendalough Distillery’s Donal O’Gallachoir

By Shelley Boettcher

When it comes to Irish whiskey, most casual drinkers in Canada can name one, maybe two labels. Not much more. But if Donal O’Gallachoir has his way, there will be at least one more name added to that list. O’Gallachoir and four friends are the founders of Glendalough (pronounced Glenda-lock) Distillery.

Finding wine paradise in Switzerland

Had they not done their homework before arriving in the land of precision time pieces, Swiss army knives and Lindt chocolate, first-time visitors might be unaware of a centuries-old, proud tradition among the Swiss: the approximately 15,000 hectares of vineyards throughout the country producing over 200 grape varieties,

If you like pina coladas…

International Pina Colada Day takes place July 10 and, if you've never had one of the sweet, powerful drinks, here's the perfect time.

The Pina Colada was...