Buffalo Trace K&L Exclusive Single Cask #45 Lot 4669 Kentucky Straight Bourbon (750ml)

SKU #1152986

Last October we toured Buffalo Trace distillery for the first time and got to select samples directly from the distillery. Getting to bottle our own selections from one of the nation's best and most-popular distilleries is a fantastic way for us to provide something unique and interesting for our loyal whiskey customers. Now that the word is out that Pappy Van Winkle is made at the Frankfort facility, tourists have begun flocking to Buffalo Trace to conduct their own whiskey pilgrimages. When we were there in the Fall the campus was a madhouse of Bourbon aficionados and die-hard enthusiasts. We were lucky to taste anything as the gift shop was completely sold out of everything except cream liqueur. Luckily, there were two solid, classic Buffalo Trace casks there for the taking and we snatched them up. The #45 was more herbaceous and full of bold rye flavor with plenty of wood spices on the finish. It's a more intense version of the standard formula with everything dialed up a bit. We're excited to have it all to ourselves! (David Driscoll, K&L Spirits Buyer)

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Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/14/2014 | Send Email
Like the cask 43, cask 45 tasted better to me with a splash of water than directly out of the bottle. Cask 45 has an almost elegant tone to it. Vanilla notes are subtle and nice and there are beautiful, integrated spice tones to this bourbon. A wonderful, expressive example of Buffalo Trace.

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Alcohol Content (%): 45