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E.H. Taylor Straight Rye Bourbon, Barrel Proof, Single Barrel & Small Batch Bundle

Colonel E.H. Taylor

Regular price $1,279.99

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Size:

750 ML

Proof:

100 to 125

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Crafted by the renowned Buffalo Trace Distillery, this exquisite collection includes an array of finely aged bourbons.

Born from Mash Bill #1, which also produces celebrated spirits like Eagle Rare, Buffalo Trace, and George T. Stagg, these bourbons showcase the exceptional craftsmanship of E.H. Taylor. Each bottle in this bundle offers a unique tasting experience, brimming with richness and complexity.

Included In This Collection:

  • E.H. Taylor Straight Rye Bourbon
  • E.H. Taylor Barrel Proof Bourbon
  • E.H. Taylor Single Barrel Bourbon
  • E.H. Taylor Small Batch Bourbon

Tasting Notes:

E.H. Taylor Straight Rye Bourbon: This bourbon is a masterpiece with smooth, luxurious notes of rye and malted barley. Expect a symphony of sweet dried fruit, bold black pepper, a hint of fresh dill, and subtle caramel overtones, finishing with an oaky nuance.

E.H. Taylor Barrel Proof Bourbon: A true gem, this bourbon offers a smooth, silky texture with sweet notes of caramelized berries, rich caramel, and a floral aroma. The palate is bold and spicy, featuring layers of vanilla, dried oak, and pepper, with a warm finish hinting at fruit and rye.

E.H. Taylor Single Barrel Bourbon: Rich in flavor, this single-barrel bourbon introduces lightly toasted oak, dried figs, and sweet butterscotch. The finish is warm, with hints of tobacco and dark spices.

E.H. Taylor Small Batch Bourbon: Sweet and rich, this small batch bourbon delivers rich caramel corn, sweet butterscotch, and undertones of licorice. The finish is soft and warm, with subtle hints of pepper and tobacco.

History:

This collection embodies the innovative spirit of E.H. Taylor, a visionary in bourbon production. In 1869, Taylor acquired a small distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky, renaming it The Old Fire Copper Distillery. He modernized the plant with copper fermentation tanks, new grain grinding equipment, and unique columnar stills. Taylor was a pioneer, implementing aging whiskey in climate-controlled Rick houses, rather than adding sweetening agents like other distilleries of his time.

In 1897, Taylor's collaboration with Treasury Secretary John G. Carlisle led to the Bottled-In-Bond Act. This Act mandated that spirits labeled as "Bonded" or "Bottled-in-Bond" be the product of one distiller, one distillery, during one distillation season. These spirits were supervised by the U.S. government for at least four years and bottled at a minimum of 100 proof in federally bonded warehouses. This collection, with its hand-selected barrels and direct-from-barrel bottling at over 125 proof, harks back to the pre-Prohibition era under Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr.'s ownership of Buffalo Trace Distillery.

Enjoy responsibly. You must be at least 21 years old to drink alcoholic beverages.

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