Cutler’s Stagecoach Whiskey

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Cutler’s Artisan Spirits Stagecoach True American Whiskey: When Santa Barbara’s Ian Cutler decided that his 33 Bourbon Whiskey needed a lighter, summer-sippable cousin, he crafted Stagecoach.

A lovely pale caramel color, it’s smooth yet still rich on the palate. You, it, a porch, and one big ice cube in a glass would be summer at its most delightful.

A blend of both rye and corn whiskeys, eight years aged, and then blended by hand, it makes for a whiskey to suggest to people afraid of the hard stuff — it’s 80 proof, so expect slaps and tickles, but no punches. Or perhaps it’s a sessionable whiskey, if there can be such a thing? (For those drinking at home only.) Features a fetching, old-timey label, too.


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