A special offering by the famous Kentucky distillery, Buffalo Trace and named after the 19th century whiskey salesman who built one of the largest and most influential distilleries in the U.S. at the time. What is now Buffalo Trace was once known as the George T Stagg distillery.
2015 is arguably the hardest bottle of George T Stagg to get your hands on. 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.
Distilled in 200 and aged for 15 years in warehouses C, H, I, L, M, N, K and Q, mostly on floors 1,2,4, 5 and 6. Only two of these babies to go around. I have to admit, I’m surprised I could even get these two.
Paying homage to the salesman, these bottlings are incredibly rare and offer some of the finest examples of Whiskey made.
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