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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Harrison Township, MI

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    Quote Originally Posted by CorvallisCracker View Post
    I don't see how that's possible. I should probably go consult Genesis, but I'm pretty sure bourbon wasn't created until day eight or day nine.

    Now that's funny!!

    You can check,

    Numbers and

    and your still right Scott!!!
    "So long as the presence of death lurks with anyone who goes through the simple act of swallowing, I will make mine whiskey"

  2. #12

    Thumbs up Re: Buffalo Trace

    Quote Originally Posted by spun_cookie View Post
    Welcome Parker... the stock BT is not one of my normal drinkers, but the entire BT trace is great. Get some Stagg... that will put a smile on your face..
    Dont be alarmed.. but drinking Stagg straight.. might result in a black colored tounge..... the morning after.

    But, I do like buffalo trace.. and expecially in the larger sized 1.75L bottle.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    NW Tucson, AZ

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    My wife and I both enjoy Buffalo Trace. It's one of the bourbons we like to sip neat on Saturday evening. The others include OGD114, Weller Antique 107, and EC12. All of these selections are available locally for between $21 and $23, and we consider them good values.
    Cheers to the makers of Buffalo Trace!
    Bill D.

    Smart as an ox, strong as Einstein.

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Liverpool/Sheffield UK

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    I must confess to never having tried BT. I've made a note to try and hunt down a bottle when I'm out and about, mail ordering would cost almost £30 which I gather is rather overpriced. Should really make the effort considering I intend to visit them next summer.
    "Always remember, I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me." - Winston Churchill

  5. #15
    Advanced Taster
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Marysville, Michigan

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    Welcome aboard, Parker! I bought my first bottle of BT about a month ago, and I wasn't particularly impressed with my first 2 (or so) tastes. It has quickly grown on me, however, and has since edged its way onto my list of favorites (particularly "bargain" category favorites).

  6. #16
    Advanced Taster
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Vista, CA

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    I'm a big fan of BT! Not my normal sip but I do enjoy it.
    As he removed the cork from the bottle of bourbon, he threw it across the room and said, "we ain't gonna need that no more".

  7. #17
    Advanced Taster
    Join Date
    Jan 2008

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    It's one of the world's great injustices: Buffalo Trace isn't available in New Jersey. Just about every other label from the BT distillery is, like Van Winkle, Stagg, Eagle Rare, Hancock, Elmer T Lee, etc, etc., all of which I enjoy. For reasons I don't understand, though, Buffalo Trace isn't carried anywhere in NJ. I have to go to PA to find it. That said, it's great stuff, arguably the best there is for its price.

  8. #18
    Bourbonian of the Year 2002 and Guru
    Join Date
    Sep 1999

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    No, it's not the same, but Old Charter and Eagle Rare are the same mash bill as Buffalo Trace. Profiling (the good kind) is the reason two brands with the same mash bill and similar ages can taste different, but if I couldn't get BT I would consider the Eagle Rare single barrel (the 10-year-old) a pretty good alternative.

  9. #19
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Spring Arbor, MI

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    Quote Originally Posted by cowdery View Post
    but Old Charter and Eagle Rare are the same mash bill as Buffalo Trace.
    How about the mashbills for Eagle Rare Single barrel 10yo and the now long gone Eagle Rare 101? Same?
    And what was the original intent for the bourbon that they bottle for George T Stagg?

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Jan 2007

    Re: Buffalo Trace

    Oscar, my guess is that at least some of it would have been used to level out and maintain the profile of ER 10 and OC 12 year old & Proprietor's Reserve (both of the OC in particular has always tasted to me older than their age statements). By dropping the proof of the former and removing the latter pair, they've freed up more whiskey to charge us $50+ for.

    I'm sure there was another purpose for some of it, of course, though the purpose all along may have been some sort of extra-aged or premium product.

    Last edited by TBoner; 08-11-2008 at 13:51.



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