Buffalo Trace Distillery is located in Frankfort, Kentucky, USA and it was built in 1792.
Historically known, it has had several names, such as George T. Stagg Distillery and the O.F.C. Distillery.
Buffalo Trace has produced under lots of different brands, here’s a list: Ancient Age, Blanton’s, Buffalo Trace, Col. E. H. Taylor, Eagle Rare, Elmer T. Lee, George T. Stagg, Hancock’s President’s Reserve, Old Charter, Old Taylor, McAfee’s Benchmark, Rock Hill Farms, Van Winkle, W.L. Weller, Sazerac Rye Whiskey and Thomas H. Handy Rye.
W. L. Weller is a famous wheated bourbon whiskey brand by the ever so famous Buffalo Trace distillery. Originally owned by the Stitzel-Weller Distilling Company, but nowadays the brand is owned by the Sazerac Company. Like all other bourbons, the mash is composed of at least 51% corn, but instead […]
Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey broke some barriers against bourbon for me. Not quite so long ago, in 2013, Buffalo Trace was my first good encounter with bourbon. Somehow I had only tried American whiskey such as Jack Daniel’s or Jim Beam, for example. It is not amazing, that […]
For a brief moment, I was MAVERICK taking a sip Blanton’s Original is a product by Sazerac Company, made by Buffalo Trace in Frankfort, Kentucky. According to Wikipedia (4/2015), it was the first bourbon marketed under the single barrel statement. There’s so much old school in it: the history, the […]
SUPER 8 for the price, you’re getting it! Benchmark Old No. 8 is made in Buffalo Trace distillery. An 8 year old bourbon, that has made some reputation being “bang for the buck” bourbon. It has even won Gold Medal at the International Spirits Challenge. And I paid only 18 […]