REVIEW & TASTING NOTES
Comparing this to a shelfie Buffalo Trace will quickly set it apart. The richer caramel and a touch of additional oak certainly ramp up the interest in an otherwise fairly middle of the road offering. Don’t get me wrong, I like Buffalo Trace, but it tends to be on the lighter and sweeter side without bringing the darker layers or oak into the picture enough to round it out–this selection does an adequate job of balancing the features out and I’d say it’s a step ahead of the standard Buffalo Trace offering.
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