Buffalo Trace Antique Collection announced
Buffalo Trace announced its annual, highly sought after BTAC or Buffalo Trace Antique Collection. Here’s what it looks like.
George T. Stagg, comes in at 130.4 proof this year.
This year’s release contains bourbon from barrels filled in the spring of 2005. Storage location of these barrels varied across warehouses L, K and Q. The evaporation loss for this year’s batch was 59%, a bit higher than the last few year’s releases.
The Antique Collection’s uncut, unfiltered, wheated recipe bourbon is William Larue Weller. The 2020 release was distilled in the winter of 2008 and aged in Warehouses I and C. This bourbon registers at 134.5 proof.
Thomas H. Handy is the uncut and unfiltered straight rye whiskey. Last year’s release earned The Chairman’s Trophy, scoring 99 points at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge. This year’s Handy was distilled in the spring of 2014; aged in warehouses K, M, and N, and weighs in at 129.0 proof.
This 101 proof whiskey was distilled in Spring of 2002 and aged on the first floor of Warehouse P.
The barrels for this whiskey were filled in the spring of 2002 and it rested on the third floor of Warehouse K. It is bottled at 90 proof.