The National Post
Adam McDowell, writer of the National Post’s Happy Hour column, reviews four spiced Canadian whiskies. We’re happy he included Revel Stoke. Read his full review here.
Produced by the Phillips Distilling Company of Minneapolis, Minn., Revel Stoke is reportedly made from Alberta-distilled whisky. The heaviest-gauge whisky of the quartet with 45% alcohol, Revel Stoke’s relative potency makes it the likely choice for cocktails. Strong but smooth.
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Tasting Notes Hints of pear on the front palate are subtle, while the finish is creamy.