Buffalo Trace K&L Exclusive Single Barrel #92 Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)

SKU #1077522

Another new Buffalo Trace barrel for K&L, another sure-fire winner of a Bourbon that our customers will love. We always look for the samples that don't taste like the regular formula and this time around we found a spicier, almost Four Roses-like specimen that finishes with a peppery flurry. The palate is still silky smooth, however, and the vanilla from the new charred oak integrates nicely with the rest of the flavors. It's Buffalo Trace whiskey in the end and how can you really go wrong with that? These are the same guys making George T. Stagg and the new Van Winkle releases, so there's no way the whiskey won't be utterly delicious. For $24.99, it's going to make a lot of Bourbon drinkers very, very happy - myself included! -David Driscoll, K&L Spirits Buyer

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Staff Image By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/15/2011 | Send Email
When I interviewed Buffalo Trace distiller Harlan Wheatly for our spirits podcast, he let loose a secret that made our K&L single barrel releases even more sought-after: some of the barrels chosen for the single barrel program are up to 13 years of age. They don't usually let us in on exactly how old our barrels are, but think of the value! For $24.99 you're getting 10+ year old whiskey from a single barrel, made by perhaps the best American distillery right now.

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