St. George Spirits’ distiller and blender, Dave Smith, adventured deep into their whiskey library (can we get a library card for this magical place, by the way?) and selected 14 barrels to create Lot 13, with whiskey ranging from 4 to 13-and-a-half years in age. These whiskies have been matured in an array of casks, from used bourbon, port, sherry and French oak casks, allowing them to finely tune the whiskey to their exacting standards.
St. George Single Malt Whiskey was tasted at Meeting No. 24 on May 29, 2014. Out of 5, we rated it 2.87. St. George Single Malt Whiskey ranks 2nd overall in American Whiskey.
Brian R. • 5/29/2014 • 4.0
Mild nose, light caramel toffee, some pine, fruit notes, buttery! After the Wasmund's very pleasant flavor, minerally, medium light mouth feel, lingers softly, very drinkable, creme brûlée, warmed pears.
Brian W. • 5/29/2014 • 3.0
I'm getting some banana on the nose. Slightly antiseptic but a real mellow burn with the finish. I might be getting a maple syrup-y taste from this but not too sure.
Cy • 5/29/2014 • 3.0
Tastes a bit young, but that could just be the light color fooling me. True California twist could be the golden color. Somewhat sweet.
Elliott • 5/29/2014 • 2.5
Fragrant like plum wine - so distinctive! Malty, young, and fruity on the palate. Like a plum wine, I could go either way on whether I like this or not, but it definitely is interesting. On re-taste, this doesn't hold up, tastes funky.
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