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Colonel EH Taylor

Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr. is a celebrated figure in the whiskey world for fighting in favour of the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897 (a whiskey labelled as being “bottled-in-bond” must be distilled at one distillery in a single season, aged in a bonded warehouse for at least four years and bottled at 100 proof). This Act would help to establish a desire for quality among whiskey producers - a good thing, let us assure you.

The Colonel was a distiller himself, purchasing the O.F.C. distillery shortly after the American Civil War. Those of you interested in whiskey history (whiskory?) will know that the O.F.C. would eventually become the highly regarded Buffalo Trace distillery. Taylor built the warehouses that are still standing today, maturing whiskey that features his name on the label.

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