One of the most popular places in Canada that all tourists want to go to is Niagara Falls. Birds nest on the ledge of Niagara Falls. Among them there are predators, soaring in the currents of warm rising air. Soaring into the sky, they prepare for the flight across Lake Ontario, which they must do in search of food.
In the early days of US colonization, black earth-rich tracts of land high in the mountains fed farmers and homegrown whiskey producers. Today, at the distillery, located 64 km from Niagara Falls, under a rock called Forty Mile Creek (40-mile channel), the same whiskey that the first settlers drank still flows from two unusually shaped copper stills. The distillery with the poetic name Kittling Ridge (Pass of soaring birds) is the birthplace of many alcoholic beverages. She gave the world the most popular and highly valued brand of Forty Creek Barrel Select whiskey.
When you drink Forty Creek Barrel Select, you feel the taste of that ancient drink.
Experienced winemaker John C. Hall spent ten years perfecting the drink before launching it on the market. However, this did not happen in Canada but Texas