Although Terry is not a great connoisseur on the topic of scotches, he still knows how to truly appreciate them, especially if the whisky glass is paired with a good cigar.
Top 1, the Whisky Café
If there is a place in Montreal where he likes to sip a Balvenie from Speyside or a Talisker from the Isle of Skye, it’s at the Whisky Café. We know him as a great amateur of cigars, and Terry also finds at the Whisky Café an excellent choice of Cohibas, Churchills, Trinidads and Davidoffs that he quietly savours at the Salon cigars, adjacent to the bar.
On the whisky menu, an incredible selection of over 150 scotches from Scotland, from Ireland (Bushmills), from Canada (Canadian Club), from the United States (High West) and even from Japan (the Toki and the Nikka Taketsuru) and Sweden (the Macmyra).
Scottish elegance in Montreal
With its contemporary elegance reminiscent of the atmosphere in Scottish pubs because of its leather seats, its wood trims, its carpets and its heaters made of cast iron, the Whisky Café provides a feeling of soft melancholy in which Terry likes to quietly daydream in the bellowing smoke of a Cohiba and the soothing warmth of a Speyside Glenlivet.
Leader of the Pomerantz Foundation
Let’s recall that Terry Pomerantz is the leader of the Pomerantz Foundation, which helps children with differences and children who are victims of poverty. The Pomerantz Foundation is managed by volunteers who are not remunerated in any way. All donations received by the Pomerantz Foundation are entirely given to the non-profit organizations it supports.