Buffalo Trace Antique Collection Bourbon

Oct 9, 2017

Category: Vices

Just like any other season of the year, there are certain traditions that take place every fall worth writing home about. One such tradition comes from one of the oldest whiskey distilleries in the US, dubbed the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, and features a series of 5 limited edition aged released from the staple Kentucky brand.

This year, Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley along with his team are releasing whiskies featuring various ages, recipes, and proofs, in order to diversify yet unite the collection as a mosaic of flavors any devotee would proudly own. Here, there’s a 129.2 proof George T Stagg, an uncut and unfiltered William Laure Weller, an uncut and unfiltered 127.2 proof Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye, 17 Year Eagle Rare bourbon, and 18 Year Sazerac Rye all on the docket for release for around $90 a bottle. Cheers to that fellow bourbon drinkers.

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