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This one is super rare but thanks to our Melissa’s Secret Stash Private barrel, I was able to get my hands on the 24 bottles I did (only 150 cases made total). This is a gorgeous, smooth and rich Tequila made at 88 Proof. It leads with subtle caramelized vanilla and dark chocolate notes with a hint of toasted caramet that mesh seamlessly with the super expensive Napa Cab barrels this spent two years inside (same secret elite winery as Melissa’s Stash). The finish is so smooth and creamy with a little toasted caramel to round it out.
Some Whiskey fans believe this to be better than Pappy and you can see why. A trace off the previous two years which saw massive alcohol content above 70%, the 2013 edition of the George T Stagg is somehow slightly milder even at a whopping 64.1% alcohol. This beauty was distilled in 1997 (making it a 16 year old), and aged in Buffalo Trace warehouses I, K and Q, mostly on the lower floors. It’s a gorgeous, gentle giant that master distiller Harlan Wheatley called, “the quintessential George T. Stagg — a big, bold whiskey that is easy to sip.” Add just a drop or two of water and this opens up a world of possibilities.
Named after the iconic Whiskey Salesman and namesake of the distillery until becoming Buffalo Trace, the 2015 iteration of the famous bottling finished at 69.1% alc. It has probably the best nose on any of the George T Stagg’s I can remember. Wonderful aromas of chocolate, coffee, caramel and a hint of vanilla. An overwhelmingly powerful punch as these so often do, but with just over 84% of the original whiskey lost to evaporation in this bottling, every sip that you have gives you a full display.
This rare, small batch Irish Whiskey has the richness and depth that you look for in a whiskey, but with levels of flavor and class that go above and beyond. It’s creamy and smooth with mangos, peaches and apricot notes that seamlessly mix together, bursting out of the bottle. On the mouth, the creaminess and silky mouthfeel that finishes incredibly long and with the slightest hint of spice at the very end.
With their seventh installment, Magellan’s Atlantic keeps all five promises and then some. The way they finished this Whiskey is so unique and the end result so dang good, I could see this changing the way others uses casks down the road. First aged for 17 years in American oak, this is the first whiskey I’ve ever heard of being finished in two separate casks. First, a rare Northern Spanish cask that adds a unique spice component, then its rounded out in a South American teakwood, that tames the spiciness with a sweet component.
100 Point Wine Enthusiast: Among all other distilled spirits, vodka stands alone – it is the cleanest tasting, most versatile choice for sipping neat, on the rocks or in a ZYR Vodka Martini. The ZYR recipe is velvety smooth with a clean, fresh and slightly sweet finish. Like many of the world’s other closely guarded formulas, ZYR is the result of select ingredients, recipe, process, controls and tradition. Because of ZYR’s proprietary 9-5-3 formula and the highest criteria for only the best raw ingredients, vodka has never tasted so clean or so smooth.