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"Leg it! It's The Five-0!"
Don't worry, you're not going to get nicked for having a bottle of St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon. In fact, it's the Californian distillery that's potentially stepping over the Thin Blue Line by taking barrels full of bourbon from distilleries all over Kentucky, expertly blending them together and releasing it themselves. Unlike some, they're very honest about it of course, and when the outcome is this good it would be criminal to hold anything against them.
Nose: Breakfast whiskey this, blueberry pancakes with hot butter and maple syrup! Cola cubes too, rye, green banana and salted plantain tortilla chips.
Palate: Oops, I've spilt a whole mess of maple syrup all over my breakfast now (ha, they'll never know I did it on purpose!) as well as chilli and freshly sliced ripe banana. Dee-licious!
Finish: Rye spice just keeps on lingering.
Overall: This is our kind of bourbon, I can tell you! Never becoming too sweet, it strikes the perfect balance between sweet, spicy and savoury. Top stuff!
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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