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Buffalo Trace Distillery Experience TASTR Box

$125.00 CAD

Have you ever wanted to visit the historic Buffalo Trace Distillery? This TASTR Box will transport you to Frankfort, Kentucky where you can experience the breadth and depth of this infamous house of bourbon.  Learn about the history, terminology and governing rules for America's only officially recognized spirit.  The bottles showcased in this TASTR Box include samples of: Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare 10, Blantons, Weller Antique 107 and Colonel EH Taylor.

Inside This Tastr Box You’ll Find:
  • 5 - 50ml Glass Bourbon Bottles
  • 1 - Glass Water Eyedropper
  • 1 – Authentic Glencairn Tasting Glass
  • 1 – Camino 71% Bittersweet Dark Chocolate Bar
  • 1 – Package of Shortbread Cookies
  • 1 – Bag of Spudnik’s Sea Salt Kettle Chips
  • 1 – Bag of Martin’s Apple Chips
  • 1 – Bag of Apple Pie Caramel Corn
  • 1 – Package of Tastr Box Sweet & Spicy Bar Mix
  • 1 – 500ml Flow Water Bottle
  • 1 – Package of Tastr Box Dried Fruit Medley
  • 1 – Educational Guide Book with Bourbon facts, information and tasting notes
*Please note that food substitutions might be made depending on current inventory levels

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Buffalo Trace Distillery Experience TASTR Box


Buffalo Trace Distillery is a distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky, owned by the Sazerac Company. It has historically been known by several names, including the George T. Stagg Distillery and the Old Fashioned Copper (O.F.C.) Distillery. Its namesake bourbon brand, Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon whiskey, was introduced in August 1999. The company claims the distillery is the oldest continuously-operating distillery in the United States. The company says the name "Buffalo Trace" refers to an ancient buffalo crossing on the banks of the Kentucky River in Franklin County, Kentucky. The Sazerac Company purchased the distillery in 1992. Under its old name, George T. Stagg Distillery, the property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 2, 2001, and designated a National Historic Landmark on March 11, 2013.