Created: Buffalo Trace Distillery
- Deep Amber Appearance
- Aged In New Oak Barrels
- Award Winning Distillery
Buffalo Trace Bourbon is an iconic bourbon, which shares its name with the famous, Buffalo Trace. This rich and complex bourbon was crafted with tradition in mind and is a great value for a smooth bourbon. It is produced from Mash Bill #1, like other great spirits such as Eagle Rare. It is a Masbill of corn, rye, and malted barely, which has a lower content of rye, then mash bill #2. This unique bourbon is smooth and sweet with earthy hints of oak and molasses. On the Palate, you'll find notes of vanilla, mingled with rich hints of toffee, and caramelized dried fruit. The finish is warm with a sweet lingering taste of anise on the back end.
Buffalo Trace Bourbon is an exceptional bourbon crafted with tradition in mind, at Buffalo Trace Distillery. It is one of the oldest operating distilleries in America. It was founded in 1775 and has had several names since then including the George T. Stagg Distillery and the Old Fashioned Copper Distillery. It was founded in 1775 and has had several names since then including the George T. Stagg Distillery and the Old Fashioned Copper Distillery. Previously owned by the Sazerac company, but now known as the famous Buffalo Trace Distillery. It has won several awards, including not one, but seven "Distillery of the Year" recognitions. Buffalo Trace Distillery is still family-owned and located in Franklin County, Kentucky, with over 130 acres of architecture all still operational. This once use to be the home for the world's most exclusive Master Distillers such as Albert B. Blanton, E.H. Taylor, Elmer T. Lee, George T. Stagg, and Orville Schupp. This exquisite bourbon is made with Mash Bill #1 which is produced from the finest corn, rye, and malted barley, and then aged in new oak barrels until the peak of maturity. It is consistently rated among the best bourbons in the world due to its rich taste, and great value.
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