Trademarks for Golden Wedding date all the way back to 1869. During Prohibition, Schenley Distilling Corporation purchased the Joseph S. Finch Distillery, along with the Golden Wedding brand. The brand’s bottling was split between Schenley’s Pennsylvania distillery and the George T. Stagg Distillery. In the late 1940s, the brand was moved to Schenley’s distillery in Canada and would become a Canadian whiskey before it ceased to exist in the late 20th century.
Has heavy rye on the nose. A grainy, herbal taste with notes of dill pickle and rye on the pallet. The finish is spicy and smokey with a hint of banana.