Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 750 ml
The ancient paths of countless buffalo led America westward. Legendary explorers, pioneers, and settlers alike followed these trails, known as traces, through rugged wildernesses to new lands, new adventures, and new-found freedom. One such trace, called the Great Buffalo Trace, crossed the Kentucky River at a spot just north of present-day Frankfort. Early pioneers settled here in 1775 and, with plentiful pure limestone water and rich river bottom loam for growing exceptional grains, distillation quickly followed. With an unparalleled reputation for creating outstanding bourbon whiskey, the Buffalo Trace Distillery today stands as one of America's oldest distilling sites. The bold heritage of the mighty buffalo and the individuality and pioneering spirit of those early Americans are again found in Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey - the very finest bourbon created at the Buffalo Trace Distillery. Traditionally handcrafted, Buffalo Trace has a smooth, confident taste that invites discovery with each sip. Explore Buffalo Trace and taste the spirit of legends. Let us hear your thunder! www.buffalotrace.com. Stand strong. Ancient buffalo carved paths through the wilderness that led America's first pioneers and explorers westward. One such trail led to the banks of the Kentucky River where we've been making bourbon whiskey the same way for over 200 years. Uncompromised and unchanged, we're proud of the whiskey we make. Dedicated to the independent spirit of America, Buffalo Trace is the world's most decorated distillery. We invite you to explore our rich history, our award-winning bourbon and learn why we'll always stand strong. San Francisco World Spirits Competition: Double Gold 2012. 93 rating. One of the world's great whiskies. - Jim Murray, Whisky Bible. Learn more about Buffalo Trace from our Master Distiller, Harlen Wheatley. www.buffalotrace.com. Distilled, aged, & bottled by Buffalo Trace Distillery, Franklin County, KY. 45% alc/vol. (90 proof).