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Buffalo Trace Announces “100 Bourbon Sets For 100 Charities” Initiative

Buffalo Trace recently announced a new, annual charitable initiative – “100 Bourbon Sets for 100 Charities” – honoring the legacy of Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr.  

Taylor was one of Buffalo Trace Distillery’s former owners and is described as an instrumental figure in the movement that led to the 1897 passage of the Bottled in Bond Act. “100 Bourbon Sets for 100 Charities” pays homage to 100 proof, one of the many things required to be Bottled in Bond.  

“E.H. Taylor contributed countless innovations to the bourbon industry in his time, but one of his most notable contributions was leading efforts that eventually resulted in the Bottled in Bond Act being passed,” said Andrew Duncan, Brand Director, Buffalo Trace Distillery, in a prepared statement. “At its core, Taylor’s support of the Bottled in Bond Act was about bettering the bourbon category for everyone – consumer, distillers, and communities.

100 Bourbon Sets for 100 Charities
Buffalo Trace recently announced a new, annual charitable initiative – “100 Bourbon Sets for 100 Charities” – honoring the legacy of Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr.  (image via Buffalo Trace)

“This passion for improving the world is one that continues at Buffalo Trace Distillery to this day, and we are proud to support nonprofit organizations in their efforts to make their neighborhoods a better place to call home.”  

Featured products for the “100 Bourbon Sets for 100 Charities” initiative include lineups from “some of Buffalo Trace Distillery’s most sought-after brands,” including E.H. Taylor, Blanton’s, Eagle Rare, Weller and more. The number of bottles in each set may vary.

Interested nonprofits can register their organization here 

“Giving back and supporting organizations is important to us at Buffalo Trace Distillery,” added Duncan. “We are humbled by the work our partners continue to do and honored to be able to support them in their efforts.” 

Charities of all kinds are encouraged to apply for “100 Bourbon Sets for 100 Charities.” All entries must be received  by January 4, 2024 for consideration. Selected charities will be announced February 29, 2024 in honor of Bottled in Bond Day that Sunday, March 3. Bottles sets will be delivered within 30 days following the selection announcement.

Organizations MUST use their bottle sets and report back their monies raised by August 1, 2024.  

Buffalo Trace Distillery will coordinate the logistics of transporting bottles to selected organizations based on the legal requirements in each state. Proceeds will be announced September 2024 in celebration of National Bourbon Heritage Month.  

For more information on Buffalo Trace Distillery, please visit www.buffalotracedistillery.com. 

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