Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. Four Grain Bourbon is a small batch, limited release whiskey in the Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. line. A four grain bourbon is an unusual style, but Buffalo Trace claims the mash bill of corn, malted barley, rye, and wheat is part of “honoring tradition.” Apparently, these were the four grains available to Colonel Edmond Haynes Taylor Jr. when he was originally bottling bourbon in the 1800’s. The brand also uses labeling similar to the original bottling, and even ships in wooden crates.

“The impetus behind this multi grain recipe was based on the success of Buffalo Trace’s existing rye…

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