George Remus

George Remus Straight Bourbon Whiskey


George Remus Straight Bourbon, named for a notorious Prohibition Era lawyer turned bootlegger who oversaw many of Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana's distilleries, both illicit and those licensed for "medicinal use" during the 1920's, running a massive empire of booze that served as the inspiration for many popular depictions of the wealthy, cosmopolitan kingpin bootlegger. The whiskey itself is a blend of high rye bourbons all aged a minimum of four years, bottled at 47% abv. The nose shows cherry, brown sugar, ripe summer berries, and a touch of oak. On the palate, cherry pie richness, vanilla, and oaky spice are the name of the game, with am impressive, rye heavy finish of spices, leather, and more oak.

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