Thomas H Handy Sazerac Rye 2019 Release
First bottled in 2006, Thomas H. Handy Saerac rye is part of Buffalo Trace's annual Antique Collection, which celebrates various historic bourbon brands and figures. The Thomas H. Handy rye is named after the company's founder, and features an image of the eponymous Sazerac Coffee House where everything started on the bottle.
A historic distillery, Buffalo Trace was built by Edmund Haynes Jr (also known as the Colonel), and was known as Old Fire Copper distillery. Over the years it has been the place of work of many of the industry's great names, including Albert Blanton, Elmer T. Lee and George T. Stagg, all of whom are immortalised by products produced there today. In the 20th century it has been known as a number of things, mostly as George T. Stagg, briefly as the Blanton's distillery, and most recently, Ancient Age, before becoming Buffalo Trace in 1999.
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