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Review: Golden Stag Whisky

Posted by Arctic Wolf on November 1, 2019

Golden Stag Rye Whisky is produced by the Sperling Silver Distillery in Regina Saskatchewan. The Distillery began as the Slow Food Brew Pub which produced 6 different varieties of beer, cider and wine. During the production process they found that there was unfiltered by-product left over after every fermentation. So, an application was placed with the Saskatchewan government to build a small micro Distillery so that they could recycle these left overs into distilled spirit. Upon receiving approval, the Sperling Silver Distillery was created.

One of the distilled spirits which the Distillery currently produces is Golden Stag Blended Rye Whisky bottled at 40 % alcohol by volume. Here is a link to my review:

Review: Golden Stag Whisky

“… The initial aroma features oak spice and butterscotch with vanilla, corn and dusty grain spice building. As I allow the breezes to gather I notice additional scents of almond and sweet and sour fruit …”

Please enjoy my review which includes my serving suggestion, the Canadian Cooler.



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