George T. Stagg Straight Bourbon Whiskey 138.2@ 2015 750ml
SKU 775628

George T. Stagg Straight Whiskey 138.2@ Bourbon 2015

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 94 by Decanter
No age statement, but distilled in 2000. A great value if you can find it for $80. An aggressive whiskey, but complex too, showing toffee, nougat, dates, black raspberry, dark chocolate, and resinous oak. Leather and tobacco on the finish. Masculine and exciting. (#5 Top 10 Winter 2015, Whisky Advocate)
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Producer George T. Stagg

Country: United States

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