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Revel Stoke Spiced WhiskyHailing from the Canadian town of the same name, Revel Stoke is an interesting Canadian Whiske. Bereft with the spices commonly found in Rum, it is an interesting play on both spirit classes. At 90 proof, it contains the fire and sweetness of Sailor Jerry. Quite interesting indeed!

We can see Revel Stoke easily finding its way into flamed culinary applications like Bananas Foster, bringing warmth to the classic egg nog, or even sneaking its way into the tiki culture. Needless to say, it fits quite well in the ubiquitous whiskey and coke (try expressing orange or adding a dash of bitters.)

Revel Stoke Spiced Whisky Review

Whisky: Revel Stoke Spiced Whisky

Distillery/Producer: “Distilled in Canada and then blended and blessed in The States by Ed Phillips & Sons, the fifth-generation distiller, Princeton, Minnesota”

Proof: 90; approximately 45% ABV

Color: Light caramel to straw

Notes: Imported Canadian Whisky with Spice and Other Natural Flavors.

Nose: Nutmeg, caramel, vanilla, cardamom.

Taste: Light to medium sweet with moderately clean finish. Cinnamon, nutmeg, young banana

Finish: Pumpkin pie spice, butternut squash, sweet cinnamon.

Whisky Review by BourbonBlog.com‘s Stephen Dennison

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