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Thought it might be similar in taste to St. Augustine Distillery's bourbon. Nope. Did a blind whiskey tasting with friends and every one of them identified this as the worst whiskey in the lineup... and there were some very low-end whiskey's in the mix. Now after this mostly full bottle has sat on the bar for 6 months, it's developed floaters... light colored semi-transparent blobs floating around in the bottle.
Congratulations! After buying well over 300 bottles in the last 5 years, St. Pete Whiskey was my first drain pour. It was undrinkable. Bought it while on Spring Break in Ft. Lauderdale for a “local taste”. After one drink, I couldn’t believe it was this bad. Maybe it was something I ate? The next day arrived with the same result. Oh well, at least I can hide it with Coke. Nope - I couldn’t finish a whiskey coke. The mid palate and aftertaste left me with the impression I just drank something with a chemical residue. I tried to give it to my college aged kids, after trying it they went back to the generic rum and tequilas. Woof!
Nose: musty, corn, slight lemon
Taste: corn, vanilla, musty, sweet
This is a local distillery, so I thought I would give it a shot for my first corn whiskey. It is very different, like drinking street corn. Not something I'd drink all the time, but not something I'd dismiss, either.