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If World Wide Web were a thing in 1993, this rare Bourbon would already become a meme and break the Spirit internet. Originating from one of the oldest continuously-operating distilleries in the United States and built by the legendary Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr., Buffalo Trace O.F.C (or Old Fashioned Copper for the uninitiated) Vintage 1993 is only the second Bourbon to be officially made available to the public.
Stored in a wooden display box containing a provenance card, the crystal bottle with real copper in-laid lettering and a hand-applied paper label boasts with content, worthy of internet infamy: a nose of dark cherry, honey, and smoked oak, on the palate, notes of caramel, toasted vanilla, and cocoa are found, while for the finish, coffee, maple syrup, and oak linger.
*This bottle is a collector’s item; we will not be able to entertain any refunds or exchanges.
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