Buffalo Trace Releases Oldest Eagle Rare Ever

Buffalo Trace is releasing the oldest bourbon in the Eagle Rare portfolio.

The bourbon is the first release from Warehouse P, one of Buffalo Trace’s two experimental warehouses, where the brand tests how a variety of factors impact aging and maturation.

Buffalo Trace master distiller Harlen Wheatley explained, “The unique set of aging conditions in Warehouse P has allowed us to create a 25-year-old Bourbon that smooths out the extractions and highlights the desirable flavors found in ultra-aged American whiskey products.”

Eagle Rare 25 is bottled at 50.5% ABV and priced at $10,000. Approximately 200 bottles will be released globally at select retailers, restaurants, and bars.

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