Cascadia Liquor Stores staff and Shelter Point reps gather to toast the launch of Shelter Point Distillery Single Malt Whisky

Shelter Point Single Malt now available at Cascadia

Cascadia Liquor Stores in Courtenay will exclusively receive 40 cases of Shelter Point Distillery Single Malt Whisky today, May 18. This marks the Vancouver Island distillery’s first and largest shipment of whisky in British Columbia.

“Shelter Point is making it a priority to support our stores first because we support local so strongly,” says Jeff Lucas, general manager of the liquor store in Courtenay.

Having refined their single malt whisky for the past five years, Shelter Point Distillery unveiled the highly-anticipated elixir last Wednesday. The high-end single malt will be sold exclusively at $69.99 per bottle at Cascadia Liquor’s Courtenay location beginning today and will be available at the rest of the Cascadia locations in Victoria early week.

 

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