SECOND NEW PERMANENT RELEASE FOR THE GLENLIVET NÀDURRA RANGE – Scotch Whisky News

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SECOND NEW PERMANENT RELEASE FOR THE GLENLIVET NÀDURRA RANGE 

The Glenlivet has unveiled a second new permanent expression in its innovative Nàdurra range, building on its leadership of the dynamic growth of craft spirits. The Glenlivet Nàdurra First Fill Selection is drawn from casks made from American White Oak that have never before been used to mature Scotch whisky, with these casks – a popular choice of distillers at The Glenlivet since the early 1900s – imparting hints of creamy vanilla to this wonderfully rich single malt.

Bottled at cask strength, The Glenlivet Nàdurra First Fill Selection will be available around the world and including within the UK, US and Sweden, rolling out from September 2014, priced at $80. The expression will also be available in Global Travel Retail at 48% ABV. 

The release follows the initial launch of The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso in Travel Retail Europe earlier this year and is supported by a new cask strength edition of this expression. The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Cask Strength will also enter domestic markets, including India, Canada and Taiwan from the same month, priced at $75. 

These new permanent expressions showcase the versatility and multi-layered quality of The Glenlivet, whilst meeting the growing demand for handcrafted single malt whiskies with an interesting twist. The range is crafted in small batches using traditional production methods and capturing the original passion behind George Smith’s distillery. Celebrating the highly skilful traditions of whisky making at The Glenlivet, all expressions in the Nàdurra range are bottled without chill-filtration, offering the additional complexity, body and texture of a whisky that has just been drawn from the cask. 

The 19th Century production methods, combined with maturation in first-fill American Oak casks, imparts The Glenlivet Nàdurra First Fill Selection with an inviting aroma of soft vanilla, fudge and sweet, ripe pears, developing into a tropical mix of pineapple, banana and citrus on the palate and leading to a refreshing finish. 

Nikki Burgess, Global Brand Director for The Glenlivet comments; “Whisky enthusiasts have admired The Glenlivet for its signature smooth and fruity flavour profile for nearly 200 years so, with our Nàdurra range, we want to highlight the skill and craftsmanship behind The Glenlivet. The Glenlivet Nàdurra has long held an extra special place in the hearts of single malt whisky connoisseurs and we are confident that our new Nàdurra innovations will satisfy their increasing appetite for excellence in single malt whisky craftsmanship.” 

The new expression comes in refreshed packaging, first introduced in April 2014, which all future expressions of The Glenlivet Nàdurra will be released in to emphasise the handcrafted nature of the range. The design includes a prominent batch number, cask-like stamps and a more visible translation of the Gaelic word, Nàdurra – meaning natural – to illustrate the essence of the brand. 

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The Glenlivet Nàdurra First Fill Selection (cask strength) tasting notes

Colour: Light gold

Nose: An enticing mix of soft vanilla, fudge notes and sweet ripe pears engulf the senses

Taste: A tantalisingly tropical mix of juicy pineapple and ripe banana cut with a zesty citrus flourish

Finish: Medium and refreshing 

The Glenlivet Nàdurra First Fill Selection 48% ABV tasting notes

Colour: Light gold

Nose: An abundant bouquet of sweet, soft pears and creamy vanilla fudge

Taste: A deliciously sweet mix of tropical pineapple and ripe banana coupled with a delightful citrus sparkle

Finish: Medium and refreshing 

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The Glenlivet Nàdurra Oloroso Cask Strength tasting notes

Colour: Bright gold
Nose: Aromas of ripe peaches, with gentle notes of cinnamon and rich fruit cake

Palate: Soft, creamy toffee, with the fruitiness of juicy sweet clementine oranges

Finish: Long and sweet, leading to a slightly dry, spicy finish 

About The Glenlivet

The Glenlivet is the No. 2 single malt Scotch whisky in the world. Crafted in the remote Livet Valley since 1824, it is the only whisky with the unchallengeable right to be called The Glenlivet. 

About Chivas Brothers

Chivas Brothers is the Scotch whisky and premium gin business of Pernod Ricard – the world’s co-leader in wine and spirits. Chivas Brothers is the global leader in luxury Scotch whisky and premium gin. Its portfolio includes Chivas Regal, Ballantine’s, Beefeater Gin, The Glenlivet, Royal Salute, Aberlour, Plymouth Gin, Longmorn, Scapa, 100 Pipers, Clan Campbell, Something Special and Passport. 

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Ichiro’s Malt ‘The Joker’

Ichiro's Malt - Hanyu cards

Ichiro's Malt - Hanyu cardsHanyu distillery, which was started by the grandfather of Ichiro Akuto in 1946 and which produced whisky since the 1980’s, was halted in 2000. Although Ichiro’s father sold the distillery, he decided to store the remaining casks in a warehouse.

After a while, he started bottling them in a series called Ichiro’s Malt, better known by its nickname, the Cards series. Each bottling has a playing card on the label, and after 53 cards it was time to release the final expression, The Joker.

 

Actually there are two Jokers. The first one has a coloured label and is a vatting of 14 casks, filled with six vintages of Hanyu (1985, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991 and 2000). The style of casks is very wide – it includes hogsheads, sherry butts, puncheons, cognac casks, Madeira hogsheads, bourbon barrels and chibidaru casks (a Japanese version of the quarter cask).

The other Joker has a monochrome label and is from a single cask #1024 filled in 1985 (Mizunara oak finish).

 

 

Hanyu The Joker - Ichiro's MaltHanyu The Joker - Ichiro's MaltHanyu ‘The Joker’
(57,7%, OB 2014, multi-vintage, 3690 btl.)

Nose: a typical oriental Hanyu profile. Turkish delight, a little eucalyptus, quite some floral notes (rose petals and a mild potpourri effect) and plenty of sandalwood. Hints of fragrant herbs, toffee apples, raisins and plums. Hints of polished leather. Some gingerbread as well. Very rich and complex, and extremely elegant. Mouth: again really exotic and pleasantly sweet sour. Lots of spices (cardamom, ginger and five-spices powder), some yuzu peel and then classic dried fruits (bramble, figs and dates). Kaffir lime. Polished oak and mint. Aniseed. Some wood smoke in the background. Hints of vermouth or Fernet as well. Finish: long, spicy, herbal, with tea and honey.

Quite a kaleidoscopic Hanyu. I’m sure the different wood types brought something specific to the table, but it manages to make it into a nicely integrated ensemble. A fascinating end to this series. Originally around € 130. Now sold out in Japan, leading to auction prices of € 700 and more.

Score: 91/100

Article source: http://www.whiskynotes.be/2014/japan-whisky/ichiros-malt-the-joker/

Passport Scotch

Gin: The Botanical’s Premium London Dry Gin

Tasting NotesGeplaatst door Mark Dermul vr, september 05, 2014 07:24:12

Distilleerderij:
Langley
Regio: Verenigd Koninkrijk
Fles: The Botanical’s Gin Premium London Dry Gin
Kleur: clear
ABV: 42,5%

Citrus, citrus, citrus!

The Botanical’s wordt
gestookt in de Langley Distillery, nabij Birmingham in Engeland. Hij is razend
populair in Spanje, liet ik me vertellen. Er zitten 14 botanicals in, allemaal
afgebeeld op de zijkant van de sierlijke, zwarte fles: jeneverbes, koriander,
kaneel, engelenwortel, citroenzeste, appelsienzeste, iriswortel, zoethout,
nootmuskaat, pompelmoes, citroen, appelsienbloesem, vanille en hazelnoten.

De neus is romig,
elegant en kruidig. Hij ruikt zoet en gepeperd en doet een beetje zwoel aan,
als u begrijpt wat ik bedoel. Flink geparfumeerd met appelsien, alvast.

Hij is heel romig
op smaak en ook hier valt het citrusfruit meteen op. Appelsien, pompelmoes en
citroen, je kan er niet naast. Beetje likeurachtig, zelfs. Maar verre van
slecht.

De finish is een
beetje plakkerig en zoet, maar daarom niet minder goed.

GIN TONIC

Voor mijn (hele
kleine, want klein sample) GT kies ik voor de Fever Tree, terwijl mijn
garnituur bestaat uit een schijfje limoen en wat citroenzeste. Meer moet dat
niet zijn, toch? Hij is lekker zoet en fruitig, wat hem tot een mooi aperitief
maakt, hoewel het niet bepaald een dorstlesser is. Eetlust opwekken doet hij
wel. Prima.

Dit vind ik een
leuke gin, die zowel puur (met een blokje ijs) als in een GT mooi tot zijn
recht komt. Bedankt, Jan!

Geproefd
door Mark Dermul op 30-07-2014
(om snel andere tasting notes te vinden, surf naar www.whivie.be).

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Ardbeg Supernova 2014 – “SN2014 to its friends” – At The Whisky Exchange – Scotch Whisky News

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Ardbeg Supernova 2014 – SN2014 to its friends

Ever since the label leaked in the US this past April, the internet has been awash with rumours about a new whisky from Ardbeg. Finally, the details have been announced and we can let you into the secrets of the latest Ardbeg Committee Release – Ardbeg Supernova 2014, aka SN2014.

Dr Bill Lumsden after the experiment

Ardbeg whisky maker Dr Bill Lumsden in a space suit. Any excuse to dress up…

The third release under the Supernova name, this whisky celebrates the return to earth of The Ardbeg Space Experiment. That’s rather an over-the-top name for a project where vials of Ardbeg new make spirit and wood shavings where held on the International Space Station for a couple of years, to see how wood/spirit interaction changes in a microgravity environment. Specifically it’s all about terpenes, but as I gave up chemistry after GCSE, I’ll stop there.

The samples are now on their way back to earth (or are already here, if they came back on the Soyuz that landed this morning) with Friday 12 September as Ardbeg’s big day – the reuniting of the space samples with the control samples that were left on the earth, and the release of Supernova 2014.

The first edition of Supernova appeared during a slightly silly time, when the Islay distilleries were competing to produce the peatiest whisky. While Ardbeg might not have won the war (that accolade goes to Bruichladdich’s Octomore whiskies) they certainly came out of it with some credit: Jim Murray crowned Supernova 2009 the Scotch Whisky of the Year and Second Finest Whisky in the World in 2010.

If you’re looking for the earlier editions, we do have still have a few bottles, but they’re starting to become hard to find: Ardbeg Supernova 2009 and Ardbeg Supernova 2010.
This new edition steps back from the silliness, but still packs a flavoursome punch.

Ardbeg Supernova 2014

Ardbeg Supernova 2014, SN2014, 55%, £125

Nose: Big mulchy peat, with sweetness and brine. There are some soured cream notes, with grassiness and a touch of herbal mint. More savoury herbal notes come in, along with coal smoke and burning seaweed. There’s also a bit of straw and hay, adding to a decently farmy background.
Palate: Softer than the nose suggests, at least at first. Gentle, sweet orange peel starts, but intensifies with charred peel, mint leaf, damp earth and pungently sweet peat smoke. Liquorice notes sneak in behind, with ferns, TCP and brine. Dark chocolate bitterness is joined by a hint of cherry fruit, with rich loam and wood smoke adding a dryness.
Finish: Sweet smoke – both peat and wood – dark chocolate and ashy touches. Menthol hints linger.
Comment: It may be quite light in colour and relatively fresh on the nose, but it’s still a beast. There are darker notes underneath the initial feisty smoke, and a fair whack amount of complexity. It’s Ardbeg looking fondly back on the crazy days of the late noughties.

It’s an Ardbeg Committee Exclusive release, exclusive to Ardbeg Embassies in the UK, and will be available from Friday 12 September in our London shop. We will start start selling it online on Wednesday 17 September at 1pm – first come, first served.

However, if you’d like to try before you buy, we will have some to taste at The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show in October. The folks at Ardbeg will be bringing along a huge 4.5 litre bottle for their stand, and we will be saving a few bottles to go on sale in the shop during the show. We still have some tickets for the Sunday of the show, so head on over to our tickets page to grab one.

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2014/09/ardbeg-supernova-2014-sn2014-to-its-friends-at-the-whisky-exchange-scotch-whisky-news/

Companions of the Quaich Dinner & Tasting October 8th, 2014 Featuring Master Distiller Mike Nicolson – Scotch Whisky News

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Companions of the Quaich

Thomas Chen Barry Dunner

request the pleasure of your company

at a Companions of the Quaich

Whisky Tasting Dinner

Featuring

Mike-Nicolson

Master Distiller Mike Nicolson

Event Theme: Made By Mike

Sample 5 Diageo single malt whiskies

* Linkwood * Royal Lochnagar * Glen Ord * Blair Athol * Coal Ila *

 Wednesday, the 8th of October

two thousand and fourteen at seven o’clock

 Whiskies • Dinner • Dessert

Sample five whiskies made by Mike (plus a mystery dram)

sumptuously paired with a four-course meal

(Meal details to follow)

 Venue

Vancouver Lawn Tennis Club

1630 W 15th Ave, Vancouver, BC, V6J 2K7

 

RSVP by September 19, 2014                    Programme: October 8

Companions of the Quaich                        Reception: 6:45 pm

140-6751 Graybar Road,            Whisky tasting dinner: 7:00 pm

Richmond, V6W 1H3                                    Casual attire

email info@vanquaich.com            Couvert: $85; $95: non-members

At the Door: $10 more           Seating limited to 25 participants 

• The Companions of The Quaich is a non-profit society dedicated to sharing knowledge and enjoyment of Single Malt Whisky •

• A ‘Quaich’ is the traditional Scots drinking vessel for whisky • The name comes from the Gaelic ‘cuach’ which means ‘cup’ •

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The Whisky Exchange “Haig Club – whisky for the cocktail fan?” – Scotch Whisky News

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Haig Club – whisky for the cocktail fan?

There’s been talk about Diageo’s new Haig Club whisky for months, with much speculation and discussion about its celebrity connections, thanks to endorsement by Simon Fuller and David Beckham. One thing that’s been missing, however, is information about the whisky itself. We’ve talked about Cameronbridge, the distillery where it’s made, but as we’ve not had any bottles to put on the website we’ve not said much about the Haig Club.

However, it’s now up on the site, so here’s a bit more background to share with you.

Firstly, some tasting notes:

Haig Club

Haig Club, 40%, £46.75

Nose: Toffee and bananas up front, with green grassy notes, and gentle ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon spiciness.
Palate: Sweet and creamy to start, with soft caramel and toffee. Lemon peel zestiness develops, with tingly cinnamon. Creamy lemon posset with a cinder toffee?
Finish: Spice, toffee, soft anise and a touch of warmth.
Comment: Light and sweet with more complexity than you might expect. It’s not a whisky that you’ll be sitting down to examine over hours, but it does have good flavours, which are strong enough to shine through even when mixed.

As it says on the back label, this is a whisky focused at mixing, either in short, old-fashioned cocktails or in long drinks. The Haig Club team have put together a selection of drinks, but these are our favourite two:

The Haig Clubman
50ml Haig Club
35ml sparkling apple soda (Appletise or one of its friends should work nicely)
6 dashes of ginger bitters (we like Bob’s Ginger Bitters)
Add all the ingredients to tumbler with some ice and stir gently to combine. Garnish with a thin slice of root ginger.

The cocktail appears to be named after an old advertising slogan for John Haig’s whiskies from the early part of the 20th century – The Clubman’s Whisky. It’s a spicy apple pie of a drink, with fruit from the apple, buttery sweetness from the whisky and a touch of heat from the ginger.

Haig Club New Old Fashioned
60ml Haig Club
10ml sweet vermouth (a spot of Gancia Rosso would do here – you don’t want anything too heavy)
2 dashes of orange bitters (we’d go for Gary Regan’s Orange Bitters No.6)

While we’d probably call this a “Haig Club Rob Roy on the rocks” rather than a New Old Fashioned, it certainly fits the bill as a twist on the more classic Old Fashioned. Focused on the whisky, with the vermouth adding a touch of both sweetness and bitterness, it showcases the spirit’s fruity notes.

It’s a versatile whisky, with enough punch of flavour to work in a long drink, but without some of the rawness that appears in Cameron Brig (which is also made at Cameronbridge). We suspect we’ll see this popping up in bars across the country as the launch rolls out, and it’s certainly worth a try.

The Haig team, as well as Diageo whisky ambassador and cocktail expert Andrea Montague, will be at this year’s Whisky Show. So, if you want to have a chat about the whisky and try some cocktails, make sure you get a ticket – we are close to running out of tickets…

 

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2014/09/the-whisky-exchange-haig-club-whisky-for-the-cocktail-fan-scotch-whisky-news/

Ballantines 17 Year Old bottled 1972

Gin: The Botanical’s Premium London Dry Gin

Tasting NotesGeplaatst door Mark Dermul vr, september 05, 2014 07:24:12

Distilleerderij:
Langley
Regio: Verenigd Koninkrijk
Fles: The Botanical’s Gin Premium London Dry Gin
Kleur: clear
ABV: 42,5%

Citrus, citrus, citrus!

The Botanical’s wordt
gestookt in de Langley Distillery, nabij Birmingham in Engeland. Hij is razend
populair in Spanje, liet ik me vertellen. Er zitten 14 botanicals in, allemaal
afgebeeld op de zijkant van de sierlijke, zwarte fles: jeneverbes, koriander,
kaneel, engelenwortel, citroenzeste, appelsienzeste, iriswortel, zoethout,
nootmuskaat, pompelmoes, citroen, appelsienbloesem, vanille en hazelnoten.

De neus is romig,
elegant en kruidig. Hij ruikt zoet en gepeperd en doet een beetje zwoel aan,
als u begrijpt wat ik bedoel. Flink geparfumeerd met appelsien, alvast.

Hij is heel romig
op smaak en ook hier valt het citrusfruit meteen op. Appelsien, pompelmoes en
citroen, je kan er niet naast. Beetje likeurachtig, zelfs. Maar verre van
slecht.

De finish is een
beetje plakkerig en zoet, maar daarom niet minder goed.

GIN TONIC

Voor mijn (hele
kleine, want klein sample) GT kies ik voor de Fever Tree, terwijl mijn
garnituur bestaat uit een schijfje limoen en wat citroenzeste. Meer moet dat
niet zijn, toch? Hij is lekker zoet en fruitig, wat hem tot een mooi aperitief
maakt, hoewel het niet bepaald een dorstlesser is. Eetlust opwekken doet hij
wel. Prima.

Dit vind ik een
leuke gin, die zowel puur (met een blokje ijs) als in een GT mooi tot zijn
recht komt. Bedankt, Jan!

Geproefd
door Mark Dermul op 30-07-2014
(om snel andere tasting notes te vinden, surf naar www.whivie.be).

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The Whisky Exchange “The Devil Returns to Bowmore” – The Devil’s Casks Batch 2 – Scotch Whisky News

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The Devil returns to Bowmore – The Devil’s Casks Batch 2

[Sadly, we’ve sold our initial allocation, but you can sign up here to be notified should we manage to find some more.]

Arguably the most anticipated Scotch whisky release of 2013 was the first edition of Bowmore The Devil’s Casks. It created such a buzz that we sold our allocation in under two minutes (it would have been the fastest-selling product of the year, but for the matter of that Karuizawa…). One year on and the second batch has been released – like the first batch, it was matured for 10 years in first-fill sherry casks, bottled at high strength (56.3% abv), and once again there were only 540 bottles for the UK.

Legend has it that the Devil once visited Islay. Heading straight for the capital, Bowmore, he initially wanted to hide in the town’s church. As it’s round, there were no corners for him to conceal himself, so he headed into the distillery and hid in a cask. And when the distillery released the new dark expression, the name was easy to choose.

This is what we thought:

Bowmore Devil's Casks II

Bowmore The Devil’s Casks Batch 2, 56.3%.

Rocky:

Nose: Rich – notes of treacle, Werther’s Originals and toffee combine with liquorice and smoke.
Palate: Warming – prune, chocolate, Christmas cake, raisin, truffle oil and cinnamon are all balanced against the backdrop of peat smoke and the merest hint of lit matches.
Finish: Long, with smoky raisins continuing to the very end.
Comment: Very well-balanced – sherry-cask maturation and peated whisky can be a difficult combination to get right, but the high abv is not overpowering and the whisky is moreish – even at this strength.

Stuart:

Nose: Weighty, heady aromas of treacle toffee, Demerara sugar, candied orange and a hint of leather.
Palate: A few drops of water exorcise the whisky, releasing notes of toffee, clove, cinnamon and chilli chocolate, along with subtle peatiness.
Finish: Big spices and dark chocolate linger long.
Comment: Big, big flavours, but everything is in balance. A dram to take your time over.

So how did the second release differ from the first? Comparing them side-by-side, the first release was slightly darker in colour and this was apparent showed on the palate – the new bottling was very slightly sweeter than the original, but was still full of the hallmarks of sherry-cask maturation: raisins, Christmas cake and chocolate.

Hopefully this won’t sit on people’s whisky shelves gathering dust, it’s tasty and deserves to be drunk – if you get a chance to grab a dram, make sure you do.

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2014/09/the-whisky-exchange-the-devil-returns-to-bowmore-the-devils-casks-batch-2-scotch-whisky-news/

Whisky Magazine Update Autumn 2014 – Whisky News

Whisky Magazine, 'Celebrating the whiskies of the world'

With the Autumn upon us, the next issue of Whisky Magazine publishes on December 2 and with this we announce the Icons of Whisky, North America results. Ian Buxton looks at the architecture of a variety of Whisky Distilleries and we take a look at the region of Australia Tasmania reviewing various distilleries with Martine offering us some culinary delights using the regions whisky. We stay with food with a focus on whisky and chocolate.

Blair and Davin continue their Great Whisky Adventure to San Francisco in the issue published January 23, 2015 and they also review Artisanal Distilling in this region. The Travel Focus is Japan and we look at the developments of whisky. Continuing with our global awards we reveal the winners of the Icons of Whisky, Scotland together with the results of The Independent Bottlers Challenge.
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Issue No.123
Special Features
Whisky Travel: Australia Tasmania
Whisky Chocolate
Icons of Whisky, North America awards announced
Publication Date: December 2

Issue No.124
Special Features

Whisky Travel: Japan
Artisanal Distilling
Publication Date: January 23

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Buffalo Trace Distillery Hosts Two Nights of“ Disturbia at the Distillery” Oct. 30th and 31st – American Whiskey News

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Buffalo Trace Distillery Hosts Two nights of“ Disturbia at the Distillery”

Event for Adults to be held Oct. 30th and 31st

FRANKFORT, FRANKLIN COUNTY, KY (September, 2013) Buffalo Trace Distillery will again combine spooks and spirits for two nights of dinner, drams and drama this Halloween. Tickets are on sale now for Disturbia at the Distillery scheduled for Oct. 30th and 31st.

The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with an optional Ghost Tour starting in the Buffalo Trace Distillery Visitor Center. At 7 p.m. guests will be welcomed in the Buffalo Trace Clubhouse as dinner and the antics of the Bluegrass Mystery Theatre actors begin.

Guests will try to figure out “who did it” as they enjoy a three course meal prepared by one of the region’s best chefs. In between acts, attendees will be treated to a bourbon tasting of some of the Distillery’s award-winning products. As the event winds down around 9 p.m., guests will vote on who they think the guilty party is, and have a chance to win prizes.

Tickets for this event are on sale now for $60 per person and may be purchased by calling 502-696-5930 or email: events@buffalotrace.com. Dress for the evening is casual.

Costumes are optional for this event but there will be a contest with prizes. This event is for adults 21 and over only.

About Buffalo Trace Distillery

Buffalo Trace Distillery is an American family-owned company based in Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky. The Distillery’s rich tradition dates back to 1786 and includes such legends as E.H. Taylor, Jr., George T. Stagg, Albert B.

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