Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1: Conclusions and Parting Thoughts

Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1
Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1

We have now reviewed each Buffalo Trace mash bill #1 brand(with the exception of some limited release bottles in the Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. lineup — Old Fashioned Sour Mash, Seasoned Wood, Cured Oak, Warehouse C Tornado Surviving — samples will be accepted).

Links to each review are below:

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Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1: McAfee’s Benchmark Old No. 8 Brand Review

Benchmark

Today we finalize our efforts to  review the entirety of the Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1 lineup.

[For our final conclusions and other Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1 reviews, click here.]

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Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1: George T. Stagg and Eagle Rare 17

The next stop on the Buffalo Trace mash bill #1 tour features two members of the Antique Collection: George T. Stagg and Eagle Rare 17.

[For our final conclusions and links to the other Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1 reviews, click here.]

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Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #1: Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr.

Colonel E.H. Taylor
Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr.

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:

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