Interesting fact… St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon whiskey spells its name whiskey as it originates in America. Had it been produced in Scotland its name would be St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon whisky, instead of whiskey.
I am lucky enough to live close to the distillery. I went on a tour and tasting the other day and came back with a bottle of this bourbon. They have a wall of different bourbons that they tasted and found the blend they were looking for. This bourbon tastes like bananas foster in the end. Very drinkable. I've even used it in a pancake recipe with bananas and this bourbon mixed into the batter. Very tasty. So, sorry Masters of Malt, I won't be buying St. George's products from you. But I can tell you that these guys are the real deal and you won't be sad about buying any of these.
9th October 2013