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O.F.C. Bourbon Whiskey 1995 (750ml)
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- Type: Bourbon
- Brand: Buffalo Trace O.F.C.
- Region: Heavenly Hill, Kentucky
- ABV: 47%
- Flavor Experience: Cherries, smoked oak, dark chocolate, tobacco leaves, dates, black pepper, cinnamon, and leather
- Suggestions: Double Eagle Very Rare 20 Year Old Bourbon, Michter's 20 Year Single Barrel Bourbon 2021 Release, Colonel Taylor Warehouse C, Woodford Reserve Baccarat Edition Bourbon, Rabbit Hole Founder's Collection Mizunara Cask Bourbon!
Buffalo Trace Distillery has earned a spot in the history books. In 1771 Daniel Boone passed through Lee's Town via the Buffalo Trace. Four years later Hancock Taylor and Willis Lee established Leetown North of the Frankfort along the Kentucky River, hone to Buffalo Trace Distillery. In 1792 Kentucky becomes the 15th state in the Union. In 1870 Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr. purchases the Distillery and calls it "O.F.C." - in reference to the belief that the finest whiskey waas produced in old-fashioned wood-fired copper stills. E.H. Taylor Jr. invest overs $70,000 as he builds a new distillery on the property. In 1878 The O.F.C. Distillery is purchased by George T. Stagg along with the livestock farm. In 1882 lighting strikes and burns the O.F.C. Distillery in "The Great Fire", it is rebuilt immediately at the cost of $44,000 and above the insurance collected. Obstacles forced change and made Buffalo Trace Distillery the prime example of how to overcome failure and loss. Buffalo Trace has been an award winning brand since 2000 and still develop new types of bourbon and whiskey. Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. made the best decision of his life by branching and creating the O.F.C. Distillery in 1870. The most state-of-the art distillery at that time had copper-fermentation vats, column stills, and steam heating systems (an eye opener) whcih is still used in the warehouse today. O.F.C. Bourbon Whiskey 1995 honors the O.F.C. Distillery, a National Historic Landmark known today as Buffalo Trace Distillery. Every bottle is hand-cut crystal has a vintage date according to the year the bourbon was distilled. Each bottle is matured for long periods of time (20 Years) which provides the smokey and oaky taste. The barrels are taken well care of and evaluted on the regular. Some of the whiskey will be removed from the barrel as the taste has reached it's peak of flavor. The dedication and precision has earned Buffalo Trace Distillery more than 500 awards for it's wide range of whiskeys.