Silver Wedding (1917/1932)
Added on Thursday, Dec 5, 2013 at 01:53 PM
  Bottler: George T. Stagg Co
  Age: 14 yrs Type: American
  Vintage: 1917 Subtype: Other
  ABV: 50.00 % Region: Kentucky
  Price: N/A Availability: Collectors Only

Distilled 1917     Bottled 1932     Midway Distillery Co., #9 7th District KY

Bottled by George T. Stagg Co, Inc, Frankfort KY 

 

 

Member Ratings and Notes
Sku
 

Nose: Rich and caramelly, wood and rye spice.
Palate: Big spicy rye notes, sandlewood. 
Finish: medicinal and a bit of a dirty/sandy note.

 

The finish is a let down but the nose and palate are strong enough to make up for it.

Andy
 

n:  Sweetened bourbon

 

p:  Very smooth.  Light leather.

 

B/B+

Adam
 
Really sweet and clean. Still heavier in character, like all of these Pre-Pro distillates, but a relatively gentler and more candy-store character that's really nice. The alcoholy finish keeps the rating from being higher.
Kevin
 

N: Birthday cake, delicate and "smooth" smelling, if that's possible. 

P: Hot cherry candy - cherry flavored Hot Tamales. Forceful and sugary. Very thick mouth feel. 

F: Those Hot Tamales just got real hot! But that cherriness I like continues, which I welcome. More birthday vanilla from the nose washes over. 

 

This was my favorite of the night. I could drink this too often (as they did in 1932.  Extra points (but not really) for a very cool and unique bottle. 

Chris
 
N: Very spicy on the nose, rye with some black licorice.
P: Falls a bit flat, sweet but not much character.
F: A bit of mint.
Fuji
 
 
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