Elmer T. Lee Bourbon Single Barrel 750ml
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Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel has been aged for 4 years, which is around the average age for American whiskeys. The age of a blend refers to the youngest component of the whiskey, there may be parts that are much older.
Under U.S law, whiskeys like Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel must be distilled at 90% ABV, reduced to no more than 62.5 % ABV, and bottled at no less than 40% ABV.
Bourbon is the most popular of the American whiskeys. It is produced from a mash of at least 51% corn but may also included varying concentrations of rye, wheat, malted barley, or malted rye grain. Distillers are continuously playing with this recipe and producing new complex flavor profiles.
Buffalo Trace Hundreds of years ago, the mighty buffalo thundered across the land and carved paths known as traces. One such trace, the Great Buffalo Trace, led to the rugged banks of what is now known as the Kentucky River. Early adventurers followed the buffalo, and discovered some of Kentucky’s treasures, rich fertile land excellent for growing grain and abundant limestone waters. Distillation soon followed and in 1787 a working distillery started on the grounds, located in Frankfort, Ky. The first modern distillery was built on the site in 1857 and incorporated the use of steam power, a major advance in producing high quality bourbon. The distillery was later purchased by E.H. Taylor, Jr. one of Kentucky’s original Bourbon aristocrats. Astute and innovative, Taylor brought advancements to the facility as well as to the entire whiskey industry. By 1886, the distillery had introduced the nation’s first climate-controlled warehousing for aging whiskey and had earned a worldwide reputation for producing America’s finest bourbons. During Prohibition, the distillery existence was spared by the allowance of a permit – one of only a few issued in the country to continue distillation for medicinal purposes, therefore making it the oldest continuously operating bourbon distillery in the United States. The Distillery Today In 1992 the Sazerac company purchased the distillery and renamed it Buffalo Trace Distillery, paying homage to the mighty buffalo that once roamed the area. The Distillery has won numerous awards both for the fine bourbons it produces as well as the distillery itself. In 2010, Whisky Magazine named Buffalo Trace Distillery “Whisky Visitor Attraction of the Year.”
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 93 points – Toasted walnuts open up the nose followed by salted caramel, leather and roasted pear. Full-bodied and unctuous on the palate with a persistent caramel-like character. Serious honey tones and citrus fruit give way to a subtly spicy finish accented by honey and stone fruit. (Apr 2014)
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