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E.H. Taylor Single Barrel Bourbon

Colonel E.H. Taylor

Regular price $249.99

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750 ML



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Colonel Taylor Single Barrel is meticulously crafted at the renowned Buffalo Trace Distillery, bearing the distinguished Burgundy Tax Stamp. This single barrel bourbon is a limited edition gem, offering a unique taste experience for discerning bourbon aficionados.

With a rich heritage, this bourbon is derived from Mash Bill #1, sharing its lineage with illustrious blends like Eagle Rare, Buffalo Trace, and George T. Stagg. It boasts a lower rye content than its counterpart, Mash Bill #2. Expect an inviting aroma of lightly toasted oak, complemented by prominent notes of dried figs. The palate reveals sweet butterscotch undertones, rounding off with a warm finish and subtle hints of tobacco and dark spices.

Colonel Taylor Single Barrel stands as a testament to the innovative spirit of E.H. Taylor, a true pioneer in the bourbon industry. Established in 1869 in Frankfurt, Kentucky, Taylor's distillery—initially named The Old Fire Copper Distillery—was modernized with cutting-edge copper fermentation tanks, advanced grain grinding equipment, and unique columnar stills. Taylor's revolutionary techniques included aging whiskey in climate-controlled rickhouses, a practice that set his bourbon apart from others of the time, which often added juices, syrups, acid, or tobacco for flavor.

In collaboration with Treasury Secretary John G. Carlisle, Taylor played a crucial role in passing the 1897 Bottled-In-Bond Act, ensuring that any spirit labeled as "Bonded" or "Bottled-in-Bond" adhered to strict standards: produced by one distiller at one distillery during a single distillation season, aged for at least four years under U.S. government supervision, and bottled at a minimum of 100 proof.

This exceptional bourbon is crafted from hand-selected barrels and bottled directly from the barrel at over 125 proof, embodying the pre-Prohibition methods championed by Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. Enjoy this distinguished bourbon responsibly, and remember you must be at least 21 years of age to indulge in alcoholic beverages.

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