Blanton’s Gold Edition Bourbon Whiskey was created for discerning bourbon aficionados who appreciate exceptional smoothness and complexity in their bourbon whiskey.
The nose is first marked by spicy rye and tobacco notes. Caramel and honey follow soon after, mingled with dark fruit and citrus notes. The palate emulates the same complex nose with rye, tobacco, and honey at the forefront. Round and bold notes of charred oak and vanilla carry you through to an extremely long and harmonious finish.
This American bourbon consistently delivers on balance and character, on par with the world’s finest whiskey. Best served neat or with a splash of water. Bottled at 51.5. The Gold Edition Blanton’s Bourbon is distilled from a proprietary sour mash of corn, rye, and malted barley.
Strong vanilla on the nose with dried fruit, dark chocolate, honeyed notes and cereal. The palate is rich with caramel, charred oak and subtle peppery spice. The finish is lingering and pleasantly sweet like many Buffalo Trace Distillery bourbons.
Bottle Size: 700ml
Due to Blanton’s sensitive wax seal, minor leaks or wax damage may occur occasionally during transit. Our protection plan will only provide a partial discount at our discretion depending on the volume of leakage or damage. NO REFUNDS OR REPLACEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
In the winter of 1881, Albert Bacon Blanton was born on a farm situated just outside of Frankfort, Kentucky. At the age of 16, Blanton began working at the Old Fire Copper Distillery (often abbreviated O.F.C. Distillery) as an office boy. Over the next few years, Blanton reportedly worked in every department at the distillery. By the age of 20, he was appointed the superintendent of O.F.C, and worked there until his retirement in 1952.
Much like his mentor, E.H. Taylor, Blanton was a traditional bourbon aristocrat, wedded to the production of Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. Blanton identified a certain section of Warehouse H at his distillery, which he believed was the best for aging bourbon, and would personally select individual barrels from the section to bottle for his own private reserve.
Today, Blanton's Original Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey is still aged in the same section of Warehouse H as Blanton's Private Reserve was over 50 years ago. Made from the high-rye Buffalo Trace mash bill of corn, rye, and malted barley.
Blanton’s is a bourbon whiskey which is produced and marketed by the Sazerac Company. It is distilled in Frankfort, Kentucky at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.
The Blanton’s brand was launched in 1984 under the guidance of the distillery’s master distiller Elmer T. Lee, as the first modern bourbon marketed as a single barrel bourbon. The original brand name was “Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon.” The barrels are dumped by hand without using machinery. There are eight different stopper designs, each with a different letter of the alphabet molded into it and topped with a figurine of a racehorse and jockey. When placed in order, spelling “B L A N T O N’ S”, the horse and jockey’s poses display eight different scenes of a horse race, from standing at the gate, to crossing the finish line with a win.
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One of the best!
This is the best bourbon I’ve ever tasted. Period. And the process of purchasing it through Online Liquor made it so incredibly easy. From start to finish, it was the best shopping experience I’ve ever had. It came wrapped up with extra bubble wrap and a bottle wrap that held it so tight it would be very difficult to get damaged. They also had the box folded neatly in the bottom of the box that they shipped it in. I’m very very satisfied. 10/10 with Online Liquor!!!
This bourbon is so delicious. Love the gold horse too. Packing and shipping was excellent! Thanks!
The buying experience was great. Blanton Gold is very smooth
Fast and friendly. Highly recommend. I just wish they offered some kind of membership or veteran discount
Wonderful. Excellent service