Buffalo Trace has released its fair share of highly coveted whiskies and their latest release should prove to be another hit for the distillery. Released under their Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. line, the ten-year-old Bottled in Bond bourbon was aged at the distillery's Warehouse C, a 136 year old building, which is said to have the perfect floors for aging older barrels. The warmth that travels in through the windows is said to help with the aging process, creating a flavor profile with "a nose of cherry cobbler with rum sauce and a hint of oak; a palate of cherry cola, vanilla bean and toasted oak; and a finish that is long and lingering with a hint of spearmint, coffee, raisin bread and anise."
Col. E.H. Taylor, Jr. Warehouse C Bourbon will be a one-time release and is available next month.