Buffalo Trace Distillery

Buffalo Trace Distillery

Old Weller Antique Original 107 Brand Wheated Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Peach cobbler, caramel-apple, baked pear tartlet, pine nettle, sweet corn, dried red cherry, cedar-on-grill, brown sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon, chilies, generous oak that includes acorns, crisp vanilla cookie make the nose. Hot initially, with oregano oil, cinnamon and tobacco. Revisit yields subtleties, including lemon oil, grapefruit pith, orange peel, arabica, eucalyptus, apricot, red chilies, Mexican cigar spices, and peppercorn dust. Cinnamon-oak builds to a crescendo of resinous might in a cloud of foundry smoke. Allspice appears with oregano following hot on its trail. Spicy and precise. #oldweller #weller #oldwellerantique #oldwellerantiqueoriginal107 #oldweller107 #weller107 #bourbon #kentuckybourbon #kentuckystraightbourbonwhiskey #genuineoldlinesourmash #oldlinesourmash #buffalotracedistillery #wheatedbourbon #kybourbon #frankfurtky #buffalotrace #antiqueseries — 9 months ago

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Compass Box

Great King Street Blended Scotch Artists Blend

10-12 years (no age statement. Aged in Buffalo Trace, Elijah Craig and Angels Envy Barrels. Light and round with nice fruit. — 2 years ago

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Buffalo Trace Distillery

Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

A really good bourbon that exudes balance and approachability. Plenty of complexity to keep more advanced drinkers engaged while also offering a wide array of pleasant aromas and tasting notes that draws in the newcomers and intermediates. — 6 months ago

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Severn Goodwin

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Love it!!!!!
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QPR out the wazoo

Buffalo Trace Distillery

George T. Stagg 124.9 Proof Bourbon Whiskey Kentucky

Tasty and smooth, with a nice warm hug that lasts... — 2 years ago

Buffalo Trace Distillery

Sazerac Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey

A great rye, and worth every penny at $25/bottle. Herbaceous notes with toasted almonds, caramel, burnt sugar, honey, spices. Really smooth, too 🥃 — 6 months ago

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Buffalo Trace Distillery

George T. Stagg Limited Edition 128.2 Barrel Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

I’m not really a bourbon guy, but I’ve tried most of the ‘greats’. This was a very generous gift from a friend. I’ve had it before, and this was just as epic. It’s a stunning bourbon. Screw your Pappy’s, this is the real deal. There’s roses and floral notes at the start. A freshness you really don’t expect given the intensity of the alcohol (waaaay overproof) then an intensity of taste on the midpalate with all the caramel, and depth you’d expect of a great bourbon, but loads of complex secondary stuff. It’s a trip on the palate with a midpalate would be brutal in other hands given the alcohol level, but here it really sings. I’m a wine guy. This is incredible once you get over the shock of the alcohol. If you only splurge on one bourbon, for me, this is the one. — 9 months ago

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Conrad Green

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I have some in SB next time you’re at the house
Alan Weinberg

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Looks like you hit that bottle pretty hard!
Conrad Green

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There were three of us, but that was a brutal night for the liver. It’s amazing stuff

Loch Lomond Distillery

Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky

Golden raisin, strawberries, figs, cut red apple, sweet potato, lemon-dill, oregano, smoke and an almost sweet peat smell as sherry shoulders in. Orange is the backbone, from pure squeezed, to zest, oil and pith. Toast, cedar, humidor, and nougats with roasted almond and cashew from the oak. Very smooth and sensuous mouthfeel with immediate expansion of vanilla, mocha, toffee, and finally a shimmering cinnamon with tiny sparks of heat. Secondary voices of pencil, oregano, crepe caramel, lemon peel, shaved chocolate, buffalo grass that burns into a long finish, with jalapeño-turned-peat. This is extraordinary. I know they are coopering their own barrels on site, and I think it is making a fine whisky even finer. Kudos for this magical glory. — 2 years ago

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