Whether it's neat, on the rocks or mixed with a splash of ginger, a growing number of women are getting into whisky - an...

Whether it's neat, on the rocks or mixed with a splash of ginger, a growing number of women are getting into whisky - and for aficionados in the Windsor area, it's easy to get started close to home. "They're finding it's not nearly as awful as their mothers have said," said Tish Harcus, brand ambassador for Canadian Club whisky, which is produced and bottled in Windsor.

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