List of products by brand SORTILEGE

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Sortilège Bleuet 70 cl

Sortilège Bleuets sauvages is our original blend of Canadian whisky and maple syrup, enhanced by the incomparable flavour of the famous wild blueberries from the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region in Quebec. A unique combination with a particularly surprising taste.

Sortilège Classic 70 cl

Sortilège Classic is a judicious blend of renowned Canadian whisky and Quebec maple syrup, recognized throughout the world. The perfect balance between the great strength of the former and the delicious flavor of the latter gives it its unique and exceptional taste.

Sortilège Coffret + 2 Glasses (Classic)

Sortilège is derived from a recipe developed by the descendants of first settlers of Quebec who brought Whisky making techniques to the New World and added a local native ingredient, maple syrup, to create a new and unique blended Spirit. A true expression of the Canadian terroir, Sortilege follows a traditional recipe that strikes the perfect balance between the strength of Canadian Rye Whisky and the rich, golden flavour of pure Canadian Maple Syrup.

Sortilège Crème

Sortilège Crème d'Érable also combines Canadian whisky with delicious Quebec maple syrup and a hint of cream for a pleasant touch of sweetness and an exquisite blend of flavours.

Sortilège Prestige

Sortilège Prestige is a high-end spirit made from Canadian whisky aged for 7 years in oak barrels and first-poured Quebec maple syrup. A unique expression! Sortilège is inspired by an old traditional recipe that originated in the history of Quebec and Canada. The first settlers in North America brought with them the knowledge and culture of whisky. They then decided to improve their beverage by blending local ingredients into it, so naturally they decided to make a Canadian whisky with maple syrup to create a new and exceptional spirit.

Spicebox Whisky Canada

Spicebox was inspired by a crafty Canadian, who would ship the contraband cargo in wooden barrels, black stamped with Spices. all was going according to plan, until a barrel took a spill, and their exporting days were over! The brand name itself communicates the flavor, and intrinsically links us to spiced whisky. The colours of the fonts, orange and brown, are related to the general perception of spice — the warmth conveyed through the various spice flavors. The branding and other fonts that are representative of the fonts of the products and printing of the 1920s, during Prohibition.