St. George Reviews

ST. GEORGE Reviews

All St. George Reviews

Average rating: 8.2/10 (430 votes)

Browse 65 reviews for all St. George products. You can find the newest reviews at the top.

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St. George Terroir Gin
Roger,
Pretty good gin. Grassy flavor. Little lemon.
St. George Gin Triple Pack
Maria,
Good tasting trio to discover which St. George gin is one's favorite.
St. George Terroir Gin
Nate,
This gin (for the price) is just a cut above. Not only is it delicious, but it feels like you're drinking a pine tree–in the best way. And that distinctiveness is present even in mixed drinks. I feel like more bars should stock this as an ingredient in a woodland themed Gin and Tonic.
St. George Terroir Gin
richard,
as a regular gin drinker this is my favourite
St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon
Corey,
Excellent bourbon. Light and tasty!
St. George NOLA Coffee Liqueur
Richard,
Excellent coffee liqueur that packs a caffeinated punch.
St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon
Richard,
A wonderful blend of bourbons with a distinct note of cherry.
St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon
E&J,
Don’t taste the red grapefruit.
St. George Breaking & Entering Bourbon
Doyle,
Way too sweet, taste very young. Bottle says no less than 2.5 years. Long spicy finish. A few drops of water helps.
St. George Terroir Gin
Sean,
Great for a gin strong martini and good for a tonic but not a favorite for drinking straight up.
St. George Single Malt Whiskey
Jeffry,
It's important to note that each release of this is very different and has a different blend. Lot 16 has a very strong flavor of it's beer roots and lot 17 was much more mild with an oak flavor. Lot 18 was even a little sweet. I like them all but just remember you're getting a different blend each year
St. George Terroir Gin
Timothy,
Fantastic - taste like the California woodlands. It’s like drinking a whiff of Christmas tree and feeling warm all over. Really unique.
St. George Terroir Gin
Susan,
Fantastic !
St. George Terroir Gin
James,
Deliciously peppery. Also absolutely perfect in a negroni. Just wonderful.
St. George Terroir Gin
Zack,
very good aromatics good life very good on the pallet great botanicals will be buying a bottle next order
St. George Terroir Gin
guest,
Rated instantly
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Dan,
A great brandy but it was missing all of the raspberry I expected from it. Was certainly worth it but could have been a bit more to the berry kick.
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Scott,
I have long been a fan a fruit brandy. This is one of the best Raspberry brandys I have ever tasted. The only one better is clear creek and at almost the same price for a 350 ml bottle (if you can find it) this is a steal.
St. George Absinthe Verte
Jessica,
Love that this absinthe is more floral and easier to imbibe than most absinthes.
St. George Absinthe Verte
Thomas,
Thoroughly disappointed. I thought i would enjoy absinthe. But one taste made me gag. Then i tried it with the water and sugar. Couldn't get past the first sip. My mom and her friends enjoy absinthe, so, at least it was enjoyed.
St. George Absinthe Verte
Derek,
Best absinthe in my opinion. Floral forward with anise and light tannin on the finish. I find best if left to age up to 7 years. I forgot about a bottle only to find it had matured into something else. Less floral at the beginning with hints of almond and appercot then fennel and a softened anise. Very smooth while still preserving it's bite.
St. George Terroir Gin
Antti,
It is a very good, aromatic, dry gin with an aromatic birth, an intense life, that leads to a medium-long & dry death.
St. George Terroir Gin
Kevin,
Very floral! Lots of herb in the taste. The finish is great with lots of flavor.
St. George Terroir Gin
guest,
The botanicals in this are incredible. Channeling forest floor characteristics. This takes the Gin experience to another level. Choose your tonic carefully!
St. George Terroir Gin
guest,
Love the earthy taste, not your normal gin.
St. George Terroir Gin
Deja,
A lot of sage and pine but still nice and smooth.
St. George Terroir Gin
Katherine,
This is a perfect Thanksgiving gin. If you love sage and Pine in your gin, this is the one for you.
St. George Absinthe Verte
Jesse,
About the best Absinthe I've ever had. Perfect with an ice cube.
St. George Dry Rye Gin
Stacy,
Great! Drinks like a smooth white whiskey. Makes a delicious negroni
St. George Dry Rye Reposado Gin
Nathan,
Very unique and smooth. I love this creation.
St. George Terroir Gin
Benjamin,
Earthy flavours, bold in a martini, spicy in tonic with a garnish of a bay leaf
St. George Botanivore Gin
Zachary,
Good, though not as good as the terroir gin.
St. George Terroir Gin
Zachary,
Not a huge gin fan, but this is great! Drinking it makes me think of a walk in the woods.
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Hansen,
distinct unique raspberry aroma and taste, definitely not for everyone and every time, possibly well suited as a port. kind of like it, but definitely not my first choice if offered
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Chris,
Tasted like I was dying... with a hint of raspberry
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Antti,
It is a good unaged fruit Brandy with a complex finish.
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Jeffrey,
I had to eat some dark chocolate to get the taste out of my mouth. If not for the chocolate, I would have had to lick my dogs ass to get rid of the taste
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Roberto,
Too sweet for me Raspberry too stong
St. George Botanivore Gin
Barry,
Well balanced botanicals, flavorful and smoothish.... really like this
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Aaron,
Terrible. It smelled like fish. Didn't taste much better. Absolutely repulsive. 40 minutes later and I it's still making me queasy.
St. George Absinthe Verte
Antti,
St George Absinthe Verte is a very good complex herbal aperitif / cordial in which Stinging Nettle adds a twist to this intense anise liqueur, it is supposed to make your mouth tingle.
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Joe,
Not bad, don't like the smell but it leaves a berry taste
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Richard,
I'm sorry but this one did nothing for me, I think they used the roots instead of the fruit and left the dirt on as well.
St. George Raspberry Brandy
Daniel,
A bit harsh- overpowering with sour raspberry. Would benefit from a year or so in a barrel
St. George Terroir Gin
Louis,
Best gin ever tasted
St. George Dry Rye Reposado Gin
Derek,
Rich, aromatic and flavorful, elevates traditional gin cocktails to new heights
St. George Dry Rye Reposado Gin
Frank,
My only 10 rating. Adventurous sipping combination of flavor. A big hit with multiple groups that are ordinarily compartmentalized.
St. George Terroir Gin
Diogenes,
Best I've ever had. Very strong pine and rosemary. Slight notes of wood (oak?) that make this a stand out.
St. George NOLA Coffee Liqueur
Kiegan,
Incredible coffee liqueur. Not syrupy. Not too sweet. Just great smoky coffee flavor that makes for the absolute best White/Black Russian you've ever tasted.
St. George Dry Rye Gin
Kiegan,
I love gin. I love whiskey. I do not love this. Between the un-aged rye and juniper, it's just too hot on the palate.