The Last Drop 1982 Buffalo Trace
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Only one allocated for Australia.
The Bourbon was matured in virgin American oak barrels for 20 years before being removed to avoid “over-ageing”.
The nose is said to have a hint of marmalade and coffee, leading to tropical flavours and a finish of vanilla and oak on the palate.
Rebecca Jago, joint managing director of The Last Drop Distillers, said: “We are tremendously excited to present the 1982 Bourbon, our second smallest release to date.
“With only 44 bottles worldwide, this is sure to become a collector’s item. The Bourbon is a wonderful spirit: deep and rounded, with delicious notes of dried fruit and honey.”
Buffalo Trace owner Sazerac acquired the Last Drop Distillers in 2016 for an undisclosed sum.
Mark Brown, president and CEO of Sazerac, said: “This Bourbon, distilled, aged and bottled at our very own Buffalo Trace Distillery, echoes the great relationship between Sazerac and The Last Drop and it is one we are looking forward to growing for many years to come.”