Buffalo Trace announced today the debut of Daniel Weller: an experimental line exploring the impact of different strains of wheat on its bourbons.
Buffalo Trace is exploring oak again in its newest release from the Old Charter Oak collection, Spanish Oak Bourbon.
Buffalo Trace recently filled its eighth millionth barrel of bourbon since Prohibition, with this barrel having been topped off just four years after the seventh million was put down to age.
Louisville’s Sazerac Company is set to invest $600 million to build 20 barrel warehouses and expand Robinson Stave and Cumberland Cooperage in London, Kentucky.
The Buffalo Trace Antique Collection 2022 set has arrived from Buffalo Trace, complete with the return of the George T. Stagg bourbon that was missing last year due to not meeting standards for that brand.
Buffalo Trace has seen an uptick in some of its more popular brands being counterfeited in the past few years, sometimes making it difficult to tell the difference between legitimate whiskey and “fake.”
Buffalo Trace, in an ever expanding effort to keep up with heightened consumer demands for its various bourbons, recently announced it has increased supplies to consumers by 50% due to increased distillation and aging warehouse capacity.
Buffalo Trace recently announced it is honoring bourbon’s heritage, along with that of the U.S.A., with a unique Bourbon Heritage Month Collection.
In all, $280,000 was raised in total over the five-day auction, with a top bid of $60,000 for a single bottle, possibly setting a record for the highest sales generated from a bourbon NFT.
Buffalo Trace is making available for a special charity auction done via NFT five, six-liter bottles of its O.F.C. Vintage 1982 bourbon.