Colonel E.H Taylor Small Batch Kentucky Bourbon
Hailing from Buffalo Trace, Colonel E.H. Taylor was created by the Sazerac company in 2009 after they purchased the Old Taylor brand from Jim Beam.
The brand applies methods and mashbills comparable to those introduced by Colonel E. H. Taylor. Edmund Haynes Taylor is generally considered to be the father of modern bourbon, recognising the the importance of strong brands and building numerous important distilleries, including Old Fashioned Copper (OFC, better known today as Buffalo Trace).
Taylor's "Colonel" title is not a military prefix, but actually refers to the honourary title, Kentucky Colonel. He shares this with many famous sons of Kentucky, but perhaps none more so than a certain Fried Chicken vendor...
This is a 2013 bottling of the bottled in bond small batch bourbon.