The specs for Maker’s Mark new Cellar Aged bourbon seem to be a natural competitor to William Larue Weller. Or are they?
Buffalo Trace Distillery is a distillery located in Frankfort, Kentucky that produces a variety of spirits, including bourbon, rye whiskey, and vodka. It was founded in 1773 and is one of the oldest continuously operating distilleries in the United States.
Buffalo Trace Distillery
The distillery is named after the historic buffalo trace, a centuries-old pathway used by buffalo and other animals to travel through the region.
Buffalo Trace is known for producing high-quality, award-winning spirits using traditional methods and ingredients. The distillery uses corn, rye, and barley in its mash bills and ages its spirits in charred oak barrels.
Buffalo Trace Products
Some of the distillery’s most popular products include Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Eagle Rare Bourbon, Blanton’s Bourbon, and Pappy Van Winkle, which are highly sought after by collectors and whiskey enthusiasts.
A new Weller product may be on its way and an update on Weller age statements
Buffalo Trace continues to build the hype
You’re not going to believe the price on this one
We saw this coming, but I don’t think many of us realized the scope of it
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Looks like Buffalo Trace is readying another product we won’t be able to find.
Eeny Meeny Miny Moe, which Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1 Bottle is worth the dough?
We rank all 7 labels in this line and explain their differences.
These low budget bottles are a bartenders best friend and also the perfect daily sipper that won’t break the bank. But which one is for you?
One of six expressions of the Benchmark line and the only one that is a single barrel.
The closest thing anyone could get to a GTS in 2021.
An oddball among the EH Taylor lineup
Blanton’s Bourbon Single Barrel needs no introduction. If you’re new to bourbon, it’s usually the first bottle you’ll covet.
The 2021 Antique Collection’s only bourbon to use Mash Bill #1
Do single barrels of Stagg Jr play along to the chorus or march to the beat of their own drum?
Two bourbons with almost identical age and proof battle for wheated supremacy.
Buffalo Trace democratizes bourbon by letting their fans tell them how to make it (kinda).
EH Taylor’s entry level bourbon screams “Buy Me”
Batch 14 received a lukewarm reception from critics. Can Batch 15 remedy that?
The baby of BTAC wants to show it still belongs.
The gateway drug to Barrel Proof Buffalo Trace.
Buffalo Trace’s entry level wheated bourbon.
Buffalo Trace’s forgotten label takes on a relic of Old Forester’s Single Barrel program
Batch 12 and 13 were the best Stagg Jr in a while. Can Batch 14 keep up the pace?
Sazerac continues to corner the market on “Full Proof” releases.
Did Big Red Liquors pick a honey barrel or a dud when it comes to Old Weller Antique. Let’s see how these stack up against each other.
The top dog in the Blanton’s lineup makes a case for why it should be considered the “6th BTAC Bottle”.
How much difference can we expect from Buffalo Trace’s flagship bourbon when it takes on a single barrel form?
Is there an alternative out there to the elusive Weller 12 year?
Two of Buffalo Trace’s most prolific labels outside of the BTAC lineup compete to see which one deserves your money.
How different can two Stagg Jr. batches really be?
Battle of the 90 proof Buffalo Trace Mashbill #2’s.