Silver Grove (1917/1933)
Added on Thursday, Dec 5, 2013 at 01:57 PM
  Bottler: George T. Stagg Co
  Age: 13 yrs Type: American
  Vintage: 1917 Subtype: Bourbon
  ABV: 50.00 % Region: Ohio
  Price: N/A Availability: Collectors Only

Distilled 1917     Bottled 1933     Edward H. Brinkman, #2 8th Supervisory District Ohio

Botled by George T. Stagg Co., Frankfort KY 

Member Ratings and Notes
Sku
 
Nose: Rich bourbon notes, lots of oak, very dry
Palate: Very woody and tannic with cardboard notes. A bit harsh. Then some nice rye notes emerge but fade quickly.
Finish: Bitter.
Adam
 
Candy corn nose, with varnish, oak, hint of mint? The palate, ooh, it's nice and rich, with the flavors you'd expect from the nose. Kind of a "burnt" flavor... prunes and stewed fruits, overcooked banana bread. Buttery. The wood here does come too much after time -- it's overoaked -- but it's not bad stuff. Were this available today I'd happily drink your bottle.
Andy
 

n:  Oil and leather

 

p:  Pine sap.  Delicious.

 

B+/A-

Chris
 

N: Turpentine with rich woody notes, rather dichotomous. Some spice cake. Nose opens up and gets better with time.

P: Very big with lots of wood, chewy, tannic.
F: Hint of chocolate lingers in the finish.
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