Ireland isn’t the same as Scotland; Norway isn’t the same as Sweden; and Jamaican rum isn’t the same as rhum agricole. Issue Four of Distilled explores and celebrates these differences with visits to Hampden Estate in Trelawny Parish, Tomatin distillery in the Scottish Highlands and Dingle Distillery in Co. Kerry, birthplace of the first new Irish whiskey in more than two decades. Aquavit is just as complicated as whisky or cognac and Halvor Heuch, the ‘Aquavit King’ explains why. And we sit down with Edgar Harden in Dukes Bar to glean his expertise on the growing penchant for old liqueurs and spirits, and Gordon Glanz of Vancouver’s Odd Society Spirits, a new world whisky maverick if ever there was one. Salud! Sláinte! Santé!