George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey

George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey

George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey

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Experience the pinnacle of bourbon craftsmanship with George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey. Named after the legendary distiller, this exceptional spirit is renowned for its bold flavors, unparalleled complexity, and unrivaled quality.

Crafted in the heart of Kentucky's bourbon country, George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey is made from the finest grains and purest water, then aged for years in charred oak barrels. The result is a bourbon of extraordinary depth and character, with each sip revealing new layers of flavor and aroma.

Upon pouring, George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey dazzles with its rich amber hue, hinting at the richness and complexity within. The aroma is a tantalizing blend of caramel, vanilla, and oak, with hints of dark fruits and spices adding depth and intrigue.

On the palate, this bourbon delights with its velvety smoothness and a symphony of flavors. Notes of toffee, butterscotch, and toasted oak dance across the tongue, while hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and black pepper provide a delightful contrast.

The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering echoes of caramel, spice, and oak that leave a lasting impression on the palate.

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for your favorite bourbon cocktail, George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey is sure to impress even the most discerning of bourbon enthusiasts. Raise a glass to tradition, craftsmanship, and the timeless allure of America's native spirit with George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey.

Appearance: Deep mahogany, with hues of rich amber, reminiscent of a sunset over the Kentucky hills, showcasing its maturity and depth.

Nose: The aroma is intoxicating, with bold notes of caramel, vanilla, and charred oak dominating the bouquet. Subtle hints of dark fruits, including plum and cherry, mingle with undertones of baking spices, creating a complex and inviting aroma.

Palate: On the palate, George T. Stagg Bourbon Whiskey delights with its velvety smoothness and an explosion of flavors. Rich caramel, toffee, and butterscotch coat the tongue, followed by layers of oak, leather, and tobacco that add depth and complexity. A symphony of spices, including cinnamon, nutmeg, and black pepper, dance gracefully across the palate, balancing the sweetness with a subtle warmth.

Finish: The finish is long and lingering, with echoes of caramel, spice, and oak that fade into a gentle warmth. A touch of sweetness lingers on the palate, leaving a lasting impression of indulgence and satisfaction.

Stagg is a limited-production bourbon whiskey distributed by Buffalo Trace Distillery, as part of the distillery's "Antique Collection" series. It is a high proof uncut and unfiltered bourbon, aged for approximately 15 years.
Stagg is one of our legendary craftsmen and he was instrumental in establishing the strong foundations of our world famous Buffalo Trace Distillery. Winner of the world's best bourbon whiskey, the Stagg bourbons are robust and intense. They have the bold character that is a reminder of the man himself.
Buffalo Trace Distillery is a distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky, United States, owned by the Sazerac Company. It has historically been known by several names, including the George T. Stagg Distillery and the Old Fashioned Copper (O.F.C.) Distillery.
Stagg was a talented whiskey salesman, partner with the famous Colonel Edmund Haines Taylor, Jr, and owner of the historic O.F.C. (Old Fire Copper) Distillery, now the present day Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfurt.
O.F.C Distillery: Louisville and Nashville railcar with coal. This distilllery was previously known as the George T. Stagg Distillery and has been called the Buffalo Trace Distillery since 1992. Courtesy of the Kentucky Historical Society.
Stagg was born in 1835 in Garrard County, near the town of Lancaster, Kentucky in the central part of the state. He is one of the founding fathers of what is now the "Buffalo Trace Distillery" in Frankfort, Kentucky and he impact of his life as an adult had an impressive and lasting impact on the bourbon industry.

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