Posts Tagged ‘Buffalo Trace’
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Elmer T Lee

by Bobby Longon September 20, 2018
Elmer T. Lee is one of the great, industry-changing figures of bourbon history.  Elmer got his foot into the bourbon door post-World War II, when he was hired as a maintenance technician at the George T. Stagg Distillery (known today as Buffalo Trace).  Elmer quickly rose in rank at the distillery, and before long he […]
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Stagg Jr. Batch 9

by Blake Cortrighton July 18, 2018
Perhaps only surpassed by Pappy Van Winkle in modern day hype and rarity are the whiskeys of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection.  This mystic family of whiskeys, all produced by the Buffalo Trace Distillery, includes William Larue Weller wheated bourbon, George T Stagg bourbon, Sazerac 18 year old rye, Thomas H Handy rye, and Eagle […]

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Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 20 Year (2017 Release)

by Bobby Longon July 5, 2018
Pappy Van Winkle.  Just saying those three words in a room of bourbon enthusiasts will cause all heads to instantly turn towards you.  For many bourbon fans, “Pappy” is the holy grail.  It’s the peak of Mount Everest.  Bourbon nirvana.  Once you’ve attained “Pappy”, you can go no higher.  What used to collect dust for […]
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Col. EH Taylor Straight Rye

by Andrew Owenon February 26, 2018
Colonel E.H. Taylor Straight Rye was introduced as a new annual release by Buffalo Trace in 2012.  Intentionally placed in the product line honoring the great 19th century Kentuckian Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr, Buffalo Trace crafted this rye to be more reminiscent of a late-19th century rye whiskey.  Like every whiskey carrying Col. Taylor’s name […]

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Sazerac Rye

by Andrew Owenon December 21, 2017
Sazerac Rye, perhaps better known in enthusiast circles as “Baby Saz”, is Buffalo Trace Distillery’s entry level rye whiskey.  Remember, Buffalo Trace Distillery is owned by the Sazerac family’s company which is based in New Orleans.  This whiskey was created to pay homage to the Sazeracs, as well as the famous New Orleans-based cocktail that […]
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Blanton’s Straight From the Barrel

by Bobby Longon December 12, 2017
We are back for another round with the iconic Blanton’s bourbon produced by the Buffalo Trace distillery.  Here we have the straight-from-the-barrel bottling, which paradoxically is the most sought after bottle in the U.S. and is only sold outside of the U.S.  While Blanton’s is a Buffalo Trace product for all essential purposes, one must remember […]

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Ancient Ancient Age 10 Star

by Bobby Longon November 22, 2017
Even if this bourbon sounds unfamiliar to you, you’ve probably seen it on the shelf at many liquor stores (if you look low enough).  This bourbon has a long history dating back to the 1940’s, and is currently contract distilled by Buffalo Trace for Age International, the former owners of the Buffalo Trace Distillery who […]
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Col. EH Taylor Small Batch Bourbon

by Andrew Owenon November 21, 2017
Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr. was one of the pioneers of the bourbon industry in the late 19th and 20th century.  In the 1870’s, Taylor purchased a distillery which he called Old Fire Copper (or O.F.C) in Frankfort, KY.  He was an innovator in the industry, and was also the driving force behind the Bottled-in-Bond […]

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Buffalo Trace

by Andrew Owenon November 17, 2017
Buffalo Trace bourbon, the flagship of arguably the most prolific distillery propelling the modern day bourbon boom, was introduced in 1999 right after the distillery’s owner, Sazerac, decided to change the name from the George T Stagg (sound familiar?) Distillery to Buffalo Trace.  The distillery, located in Frankfurt, is allegedly the oldest continuously operating distillery […]
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Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon

by Andrew Owenon November 17, 2017
Blanton’s may be the most distinguishable bourbon currently on the market.  From its squat, grenade-like bottle to the bronze horse and rider sitting atop the cork, this offering from Buffalo Trace immediately draws the eyes to it on the liquor shelf.  Alongside its unique aesthetics, Blanton’s also has quite the backstory, which you can read […]