SE Eleven Canadian Whisky
Voice of the Land.
Soul of the Soil.
Some people don’t believe terroir exists in whisky. We do.
Terroir influences our whisky in profound ways, from the characteristics of our land to the people who work it.
Nestled in the heart of the Canadian prairies, ours is a climate of extremes. Warm summers, northern winters, and an abundance of sunshine evokes profound respect for the forces of nature. Through SE Eleven we harness these forces to hand-craft a thought-provoking, flavourful whisky that is undeniably and uniquely Black Fox.
The name SE Eleven is a tribute to our terroir. In parts of Canada, land is assigned a legal land description. Black Fox Farm and Distillery is located at SE11-36-06-W3 (the South East quarter of Section 11, Township 36, Range 6, West of the 3rd Meridian).
This place is our home and we are proud to share it with you.
Distinctly Canadian Whisky
Our process begins with grains carefully selected for their outstanding genetics and flavour.
Batch-by-batch, we distill and age our whisky, resting it outdoors in virgin American oak casks. This process, one seldom seen amongst whisky producers, imbues distinctive individual flavours that define who and where we are. As the casks contract and expand with the seasons, they gain true, Canadian character.
GROWN WITH PASSION
Each grain is chosen for its particular flavour, and is grown and matured on the terroir of our local farm. Each distillation is curated with craftsmanship, care, and passion, with one main goal, to create a true masterpiece. We age our barrels year round under the Saskatchewan skies, and our agricultural expertise lends to an ethical, sustainable process right from seed to sip.
Pure quality, pure mastery, pure Canadian Whisky.
Your Certificate of Provenance
On your bottle you will find a coin engraved with the Black Fox logo and a serial number. Enter your serial number below to produce a Certificate of Provenance complete with key dates and details that shaped your bottle’s journey from our hands to yours.