During Prohibition, the George T. Stagg Distillery often bottled brands, like Walnut Hill, for other companies. Our records show the President of the George T. Stagg Distillery, Albert Blanton (who would later have the world’s first single barrel bourbon named after him), overseeing the production of this brand. Notes from his correspondence with the United States Patent Office in December 1932 show his direct responsibility over the bottling of Walnut Hill.
A slightly citrus aroma with light corn and oak notes. Sweet molasses, stone fruit and vanilla taste and a smokey, woodsy finish.