Aged in a special climate-controlled rackhouse Taylor built in 1881, the Colonel E. H. Taylor Single Barrel is bottled to highlight what each individual barrel has to offer. Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, a founding father of the bourbon industry, pioneered the Bottle-in-Bond act, a set of legal regulations for whiskey. Through this bottle’s balanced fig, butterscotch, and tobacco flavor, we can experience Taylor’s passion for whiskey standards.
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