Buffalo Trace Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 40%
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Buffalo Trace
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Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Buffalo Trace
Style Bourbon Whiskey

Buffalo Trace

Buffalo Trace is the flagship bourbon for the eponymous distillery made from corn, rye and malted barley. It’s aged in new oak barrels in historic old warehouses. The award-winning bourbon is batched from no more than 40 barrels at a time, and is aged on the middle floors of the distillery warehouses where the temperature fluctuation is the greatest. A top whiskey, with oodles of vanilla, barrel char and spicy complexity.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Spicy and sweet with caramel, creamy toffee eclairs, hints of cinnamon, rum spice and cereal sweetness.

Palate Brown sugar, toffee apple, sweet oak, custard, oily espresso beans, a touch of chocolate-covered raisins and toasty wood.

Finish Good length with sweet spices, cinnamon gum and toffee.

Winner of 6 spirit awards

Bourbon - Premium - 2020
The American Whiskey Masters (The Spirits Buiness)
Straight Bourbon 10 years old and under - 2019
International Spirits Challenge
Bourbon - Premium - 2019
The American Whiskey Masters (The Spirits Buiness)
Bourbon - No Age Statement - 2018
The American Whiskey Masters (The Spirits Buiness)
Bourbon - Premium - 2017
The American Whiskey Masters (The Spirits Buiness)

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Reviews for Buffalo Trace
Simply bad
This tastes awful. One time was enough, never again. Don't waste your money on this.
Riku M , Finland
4 months ago
40abv << 45abv
The UK market gets the diluted watered down 40% version. Sad but true. That said, it can be found for as cheap as £16 when on offer, and is still better for non-Manhattan/Old Fashioned cocktails (e.g. Paper Plane, Final Ward, Boulevardier) than other £20-30 (regular price) range well bourbons such as Jim Beam or a Tennessee whiskey such as JD. But if looking for a bourbon to drink neat or in a whiskey forward cocktail then don't use this.
booker n , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Great bourbon
Great bourbon and its price is just a bonus. Nose - sweetness of caramel and vanilla
Palate - smooth, bit oakey, caramel cake
Finish - Reasonable and sweet
Aлександар , Australia
6 months ago
Not just for beginners
Will stand by this to any 50 dollar bottle
Theshootist47 , United States
6 months ago
Good overall
Good whisky for beginners into the whisky scene I've been sipping it for a few years now and it's my go to for a everyday whisky
Gary , United Kingdom
7 months ago
Good mixing
Good for an old fashioned or a sour
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Good for the money
Good everyday pour. Could definitely benefit from a bit more proof but that isn't what this bourbon is. This is actually hard to find in some states in the US so it's good we can get it easily at a great price. Is a little thin if you are used to more robust flavours but I'd get this over standard blanton's and the price difference is insane
David M , United Kingdom
one year ago
Good solid bourbon
Decent stuff spicy and not too sweet. Very reasonably priced as well. I’m not a bourbon expert but I prefer Evan Williams to this, a bit more complexity for very slightly more.
Nicholas D , United Kingdom
one year ago
For beginners & beyond.
Great bourbon for beginners and beyond. It's smooth and far too easy to drink with a balance of sweetness and spice. Price is good and almost always on offer in the UK (<£20)
Nick V , United Kingdom
one year ago
Nice finish and not to sweet.
Halfway through a bottle. This punches way above it's weight. easily stands up to other Bourbons that are twice the price!
Chris B , United Kingdom
2 years ago