George T. Stagg was born in Kentucky on December 19, 1835. Stagg built the most dominant American distillery of the 19th century on the banks of the Kentucky River, during a time known as the Gilded Age of Bourbon. The Distillery survived floods, fires, droughts and even Prohibition - when it made whiskey for medicinal purposes. Today, Buffalo Trace Distillery strives to carry on the tradition of its famous forefather.
Uncut and unfiltered, this robust bourbon whiskey ages for nearly a decade and boasts the bold character that is reminiscent of the man himself.
I've actually been lucky enough to try George T Stagg and I rate this more highly. I'm only a bourbon newbie, so maybe it's just my unrefined palate and you should take that statement as such. This is great though. Not exactly a daily drinker at the price, but it has a really complex profile and is one bourbon that I don't want to waste. I get a tonne of cherry from this and all that caramel that and brown sugar that I really love about bourbon. It's barrel proof so it's really just a perfect sipping bourbon. At this price point, I'd take the Jr over anything else that I've tasted (to date).
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