Take a look at any current Michter’s branded whiskey bottle and you will find the phrase “Distilled in small batches according to the Michter’s pre-Revolutionary War quality standards dating back to 1753.”
This one word summarizes my feelings of a relatively unheard of, and fairly difficult to find, bottom shelf bourbon. Charter 101, a 101-proof Mash Bill #1 Straight Kentucky Bourbon from Buffalo Trace, is a winner in its class, and something you should pick up without question if you ever see it on a shelf.
[For our final conclusions and links to our other Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1 reviews, click here.]
We continue our venture through Buffalo Trace Distillery‘s mash bill #1 brands with the Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. (EHT) line. By way of review, below is a chart from Bourbonr depicting Buffalo Trace Distillery’s various brands by mash bill: