Buffalo Trace Experimental
The official mash bill is unknown, but it is assumed to be the traditional mash bill of Buffalo Trace. Distilled in a single column and matured on the 4th floor of Warehouse K in Stagg Jr. barrels.
This single barrel release was aged for nine years in Stitzel-Weller Warehouse D, a blend of rye, malt, and corn whiskies.
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Buy Buffalo Trace Experimental Collection, is a limited-edition line of whiskeys from Buffalo Trace Distillery. In 2002, four experimental releases: George T. Stagg, William Larue Weller, Thomas H. Handy, and Eagle Rare 17. The Experimental Collection now boasts more than 20 unique whiskeys, some of which is release numerous times since that time.
Experimental Whisky, manufactured by Buffalo Trace Distillery, is a one-of-a-kind, limited edition that becomes more sophisticated with each sip. It’s brewed with green malt and barley that hasn’t yet dried up, giving it a sweeter flavor profile. The maize and malt mash bill imparts aromas of oak and vanilla to each sip, while the rye grains add subtle traces of pepper and spice to balance the profile.
Buffalo Trace Experimental Collection whiskeys are available nationwide to retailers and customers, with just one bottle per customer. The distillery invites all collectors to take tasting notes for the trials to watch how these batches change over time.
The Collection allowed Buffalo Trace Distillery to explore new techniques and barrel types for aging whiskey. Each release is small and targeted at a specific set of experiments.
History & Taste
This barrel-proof, uncut, and authentic whiskey maintains its purest form. Our tasting panel meticulously picks each batch for its distinct features. This product offers a variety of mash bills, allowing whiskey aficionados to explore variances in grain formulations. It will add each unique recipe to a broader Buffalo Trace collection for comparison as the series progresses.
The experimental releases are usually store away for at least ten years before serving at barrel strength (which means no water). These whiskeys are set to release yearly, and their taste profiles and styles vary greatly. Some releases have a unique bottle label, while others do not. Most experimental bottlings are an issue so that one can consume them without excitement or anticipation; nevertheless, one is always advertising on rare occasions (such as George T. Stagg) before their release date.
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