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Had the opportunity the other weekend to try George T. Stagg. As Tyson has already stated, an excellent bourbon. Could easily taste the sweet overlay, kind of orange citrus in nature. Don't need much of the stuff, as my bottle was 141.7 proof. Interesting thing about the Stagg, supposedly each batch has a different proof to it. The write the proof on the bottle's label.Highly recommend.Regards,Jeff
Slightly off topic, but I thought I'd ask you knowledgeable folk about this.Years ago, a Swiss friend of mine studying in the US told me that his father (a jet-setting French businessman, constantly back and forth between Paris and New York by Concorde) had introduced him to "pure rye whiskey." This was pretty funny, as with his Swiss-French accent, he found it impossible to pronounce "pure rye whiskey." But he tried. Over and over again, we would visit liquor shops so he could ask if they had any "pure rye whiskey", only to be greeted with confusion.Is there such a thing as "pure rye whiskey"? And if so, is it usually made in shacks in the Appalachian backwoods? Or, as my friend would have me believe, is it a delicacy, distilled lovingly in single barrel quantities and sold at astronomical prices in ritzy New York City lounges?Chad
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