Bourbon By Nino Marchetti / April 3, 2018 Buffalo Trace is one of those Kentucky bourbon distilleries with plenty of old whiskey stock sitting around waiting to be bottled. The distillery team there brought forth some of it over a year ago into their new O.F.C. line, making select rare bottlings available for charities to raise funds with. Now they are set to release some more of it directly to retail. These new Buffalo Trace O.F.C. (Old Fashioned Copper) bourbons, according to those behind it, are single vintage barrel expressions from 1985, 1989 and 1990 (the years they were put to barrel). As only one cask was used for each, there is only a select number of bottles available correspondingly – the 1985 barrel yielded 61 bottles in total; the 1989 barrel had only enough bourbon left to fill 18 bottles; and the 1990 barrel produced 63 bottles. As with the charity releases, these rare bourbons are packaged in a crystal bottle with real copper lettering in-laid in the bottle with a hand applied paper label. The label on the back of the bottle notes the milestones for the vintage year of the bottle. Each bottle will be nestled in a wooden display box containing a provenance card with the same information found on the back label. Should you choose to seek out a bottle, they will be available starting this month for $2,500 each.