Shortage of the fortress, search by exposure - yet Stagg is the closest to the ideal bourbon, i.e. more there is nothing to squeeze out based on the limitations imposed by production technology and standards, all of the burned fresh oak for 15 years, the basis chooses, then - the finesse, sharpness, well, the fortress - bourbon, IMHO, love the barrel fortress, it to him and Stagga here not to outdo. In general, rejecting all the comparisons, the eagle is good for its fortress, but since the price tag differs little from Stagga, I'm afraid the choice is obvious - if you want to drink it, and not invest in collecting the entire line of antique collections, this is definitely Stagg.
Open, dry, spicy wood, resin, sandalwood, Indian incense, salted grape leaves, fried nuts, baklava, ether, eucalyptus.
Thick, saturated, oak, pitch, popcorn, tart bitter bark, peppery wave, nuts, eucalyptus, too much oak.
Spicy, warming, ginger, coniferous notes, oak. All that is said to taste is applicable to the finish.