Maker: Buffalo Trace, Frankfort, Kentucky, USA (Sazerac)
Retailer: Holiday Market, Royal Oak, Michigan, USA
Age: NAS (true age unknown, but at least 4 y/o by law)
Proof: 90 (45% ABV)
Michigan state minimum: $27
Appearance: New penny.
Nose: Tabasco sauce, copper penny, allspice.
Palate: Full-bodied and round. Marshmallow, caramel, alcohol.
Finish: Caramel, burn.
Parting words: It’s been a while since I reviewed BT selections, but I really should do more. BT, even the standard remains a good value for sipping and mixing from a distillery best known for Pappy, Elmer T. Lee, George T. Stagg and other overhyped, often overpriced bourbons.
This selection reminds me a little of the Binny’s selection I reviewed in the link above. Marshmallow is the dominant flavor, although here its less roasted. The flavor is not assertive enough to make itself known in cocktails with strong mixers, but it does well enough. Buffalo Trace, Holiday Market Selection is recommended.
2 thoughts on “Buffalo Trace, Holiday Market Selection”
I cannot read most of the article in this edition of the Blog.
The pic of the bottle obscures it.
Is there a way for me to remove that pic, so I can read the text?
Sorry about that Richard! Should have checked that. I’ll just remove the picture entirely.