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Sazerac 18 Year Old Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey 750ml Bottle

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18 Year Old Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey
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18 Year Old Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey 750ml
The oldest and most mature bottle in Buffalo Trace's Antique Collection, Sazerac's 18 Year Old Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey is an annual statement of intent from the revered Kentucky Distillery. Named after the legendary Sazerac Coffee House, an icon of 1850's New Orleans and birthplace of America's First Cocktail the 'Sazerac', today this rye blend represents the height of quality and complexity. A celebrated Kentucky Whiskey that has been showered with accolades since its inception, Sazerac's 18 Year Old Rye harmoniously synchronizes subtle fruits and demerara to produce a miraculously balanced drink. Bottled at 90 Proof and using a distillate stemming from 1985, this outstanding spirit should be enjoyed in the very best company.
Beverage type:
Rye Whiskey
Alcohol Level:
45%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Product Origin:
Kentucky
Expert Rating:
98
UPC code:
088004140045
Tastes like:
Apple
Herbs
Wood
Cinnamon
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About the brand
Around 1850, Sewell T. Taylor sold his New Orleans bar, The Merchants Exchange Coffee House, to become an importer of spirits, and he began to import a brand of cognac named Sazerac-de-Forge et Fils. Meanwhile, Aaron Bird assumed proprietorship of the Merchants Exchange and changed its name to Sazerac Coffee House. On October 2, 2019, the Sazerac House opened to the public as a museum and immersive experience that shares the history of the New Orleans cocktail culture, including the Sazerac. Legend has it that Bird began serving the "Sazerac Cocktail", made with Sazerac cognac imported by Taylor, and allegedly with bitters being made by the local apothecary, Antoine Amedie Peychaud. The Sazerac Coffee House subsequently changed hands several times, until around 1870 Thomas Handy became its proprietor. It is around this time that the primary ingredient changed from cognac to rye whiskey, due to the phylloxera epidemic in Europe that devastated the vineyards of France. At some point before his death in 1889, Handy recorded the recipe for the cocktail, which made its first printed appearance in William T. "Cocktail Bill" Boothby's The World's Drinks and How to Mix Them (1908) although his recipe calls for Selner Bitters, not Peychaud's. After absinthe was banned in the US in 1912, it was replaced by various anise-flavored liqueurs, most notably the locally produced Herbsaint, which first appeared in 1934. By the early 20th century, simple cocktails like the Sazerac had become rare, which eventually rekindled their popularity. The creation of the Sazerac has also been credited to Antoine Amédée Peychaud, a Creole apothecary who emigrated to New Orleans from the West Indies and set up shop in the French Quarter in the early 19th Century. He was known to dispense a proprietary mix of aromatic bitters from an old family recipe. According to popular myth, he served his drink in the large end of an egg cup that was called a coquetier in French, and the Americanized mispronunciation resulted in the name cocktail. This belief was debunked when people discovered that the term "cocktail" as a type of drink first appeared in print at least as far back as 1803—and was defined in print in 1806 as, "a mixture of spirits of any kind, water, sugar and bitters, vulgarly called a bittered sling.".
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Raitings & Reviews (31)
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Zechariah Surina
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Amazing this bottle completed my antique buffalo trace collection!! I'm very happy to own it!!😎
Posted on Dec 1st, 2021
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Gerard Andrews
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$27 for 2oz pour. Was awesome however I put it third behind 2018 WLW and ER18
Posted on Jul 16th, 2020
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Argelia Lozano
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Apricot to the nose. Vanilla sweet perhaps shrouded licorice and a smooth rye finish.
Posted on Jul 10th, 2020
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Donna Messier
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9/10. Extraordinary. Same flavor profile as the Child Saz yet only more top to bottom and amplified flavors.
Posted on Jul 9th, 2020
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Joseph Matheson
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additionally at lucile'ss so it was bomb and hot
Posted on Jul 8th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Toffee apple, chargrilled corn-on-the-cob, molasses, crushed mint leaves, cinnamon, nutmeg and black pepper spice.
Taste
Toasty/burnt bready cereal and backed apple with cinnamon, nutmeg and black pepper spice.
Finish
Cinnamon and black pepper spice with maple syrup coated nuttiness.
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