Col. E.H. Taylor Bourbon Goes To The Warehouse

A new bourbon release from the fine people at Buffalo Trace Distillery. According to their press release, they are release a 10-year, Bottled-In-Bond bourbon called Warehouse C.

‘Bottled-In-Bond’ bourbon has to follow a series of regulations mandated by the US Government. To be considered ‘Bottled-In-Bond,’ the bourbon has to come from one distiller, at a single distillery in one season. It has to be aged for at least four years, and is then bottled at 100 proof (50% ABV.)

“We know Col. Taylor had a lot of pride and affection for Warehouse C, as evidenced by his attention for detail, especially on the exterior with the architectural features,” said Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley. “Fortunately, it’s a really good aging warehouse for bourbon too, so not only does the warehouse look good, it produces some of our best whiskies. This year’s release of the Warehouse C bourbon is no exception.”

The new juice will be available in early June, at a MSRP of $69.99. A little more about Warehouse C –

Warehouse C is a favorite of the Buffalo Trace Distillery team and has become the focal point of tours and advertisements, along with being lovingly featured in many visitor photos. Located directly across from the visitor center, the 136 year old brick and limestone warehouse has withstood floods, blizzards, 100 degree Fahrenheit days and even a tornado!