2019 TWS Whisky Awards: Canadian Single Grains

The second category in this year’s TWS Whisky Awards are the Single Grains, which include ryes, wheat, and other prairie grains. This year we received 8 bottles for this category, and evaluated them in the following random order: The Lineup: Stalk & Barrel 100% Rye: A 3 year old 100% Ontario rye whisky bottled at 46% with no colour or chill filtration. Black Fox Distillery … Continue reading 2019 TWS Whisky Awards: Canadian Single Grains

Still Waters New Make Single Malt [Aging Experiment]

And this is where we end the mini cask experiments, however more on that latter. The last white spirit I put into the cask was the Still Waters New Make Single Malt. I’m a fan of Still Water. When I originally reviewed[1] the New Make, I enjoyed it. There was definitely something there that was worth exploring. Also, let’s not mince words: I bought it… Continue reading Still Waters New Make Single Malt [Aging Experiment]

Still Waters New Make Rye [Aging Experiment]

Hey /r/worldwhisky[1] , it’s experiment time again! So I started off with a an experiment in my mini cask. All of this was completely experimental, I had no idea what I was doing, and I bought 3 different new makes to age. After asking around, I planned out my aging and went ahead. The first one was a Guadaloupe overproof rum. It turns into a… Continue reading Still Waters New Make Rye [Aging Experiment]

Still Waters 2012 Special 1+11 Blend Canadian Whisky

Yet another bottle purchased from the new Still Waters distillery in Vaughn! See earlier posts about this distillery here[1] and here.[2] Also, sorry for the rough pictures, I’m pretty bad at pictures and trying to get better. This time we have the 2012 Special 1+11 Blend Canadian Whisky. This is a blend made with other producers, and 10% of it is their new make Rye.… Continue reading Still Waters 2012 Special 1+11 Blend Canadian Whisky