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George T. Stagg Bourbon (2012 Release)

(70cl, 71.4%)

George T. Stagg Bourbon (2012 Release)

George T. Stagg 2012 Bottling Note

It's here! This is the 2012 bottling of the acclaimed George T Stagg Bourbon from the Buffalo Trace distillery and boasts an incredible strength of 71.4% abv. This is a big, take-your-breath-away whiskey, deserving of its accolades.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Big notes of maple and treacle leading to that spicy peppery Stagg quality with a generous dose of rye!

Palate: The palate is dominated by fresh ground coffee beans and candied citrus peel with a wave of vanilla rushing over it. The texture is simply huge, big beefy Bourbon through-and-through.

Finish: A joyous tango of sweet and spicy notes with mixed spice refusing to move for hours.

Overall: Yep everyone raves about this stuff, but we can see why. Amazing stuff!

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George T. Stagg Bourbon (2012 Release) Reviews

Doesn't get any better.

The title says it all. Definately my favorite Bourbon ever.

2nd May 2014


A magnificent, in-your-facce bourbon with a ton of flavor, body and a huge finish. The notes by the Master Of Malt chaps are on target. A teaspoon of water in the dram works for me and it is heavenly. I managed to get a bottle for under a 100 bucks and will buy several of the 2013 when it comes out. This along with the various Parker Heritage expressions are my favorite high end bourbons.

6th February 2013

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