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Despite its successful mainstream whiskies, Buffalo Trace still retains a certain old-school charm. It’s in this vein that, a little over a year ago, it put down a corn crop on the grounds of some newly acquired acreage with the goal of producing a very small batch estate bourbon. A new update indicates the first results of that crop are now in barrel aging, with more on the way.
The distillery, in its update, said its first batch of estate bourbon is distilled from an heirloom corn strain that dates back to 1876, around the time the legendary E.H. Taylor was leaving…
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