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Buffalo Trace Eagle Rare 25 Is the Distillery’s Oldest Bourbon Yet

Buffalo Trace Eagle Rare 25 Is the Distillery’s Oldest Bourbon Yet

Buffalo Trace Distillery has once again defied convention with the release of Eagle Rare 25, surpassing its own record for the oldest bottle in its highly coveted Antique Collection. In the world of bourbon, aging for 20-plus years is a rarity, and even 15 years is considered exceptional. However, Buffalo Trace Distillery, led by Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley, delved into groundbreaking experimentation to perfect the art of controlled, extended aging. The result is Eagle Rare 25, the inaugural release from Warehouse P, an experimental facility meticulously designed to optimize the aging and maturation processes typical of American whiskey.

With aromas of cherry, oak, and dark chocolate, this unique bourbon boasts a palate that balances vanilla, dark fruit, and butterscotch. The extended aging process has yielded a whiskey that is both smooth and complex, featuring deep, mature flavors. Andrew Duncan, Global Brand Director at Buffalo Trace Distillery, notes that Eagle Rare 25 symbolizes the relentless pursuit of perfection, a sentiment echoed in every sip. Limited to just 200 bottles at 101 proof, this pinnacle of American whiskey comes with a price tag of $10,000, emphasizing its exclusivity and unparalleled craftsmanship.

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