Buffalo Trace : White Dog

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Re: Buffalo Trace : White Dog

Postby sku » Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:47 am

You may have an easier time finding corn whiskey, which unlike new make Bourbon, is bottled and marketed. The majority of corn whiskey on the market is unaged and it has a higher percentage of corn than most Bourbons (minimum 80%) but it will give you some sense of what a corn-based new make is like.

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Re: Buffalo Trace : White Dog

Postby bear » Fri Oct 02, 2009 7:48 am

There are a few bottles on ebay.com at around $40, it doesn't mention anything about postage to the UK though. Also they are half bottles 375ml!

Good luck in your search!

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Re: Buffalo Trace : White Dog

Postby p_elliott » Sat Oct 03, 2009 10:33 am

I wish you had posted this a few weeks ago I was at the BT distillery just 2 weeks ago. They only sell it in the 375ml bottles by the way. I think it taste just awful but to each their own. You taste the the corn like syrupy it's real sweet and you don't taste any of the other grains but corn. I'm sure it's sold at the distillery only. Speaking of sold at the distillery only they have a Cream Liqueur that's just wonderful that you can only buy there.

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Re: Buffalo Trace : White Dog

Postby p_elliott » Sun Oct 04, 2009 9:14 am

Maybe overly buttered under or uncooked corn, I don't know about popcorn but I think I have heard that.


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