Blantons Bourbon Black Label [Japanese Release]  750ml
SKU 801205
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Blantons Bourbon Black Label [Japanese Release]

Kentucky - United States

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Blanton's Straight From The Barrel is a export only, unfiltered, and uncut Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey produced at the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, KY. Shortly after Age International was formed in 1983 the Blanton's brand was introduced and was the first to be marketed as a "Single Barrel Bourbon." Albert B. Blanton was instrumental in keeping the distillery alive throughout prohibition and numerous ownership changes. Not only was the distillery named after him prior to the acquisition by Age International but he was also responsible for hiring Elmer T. Lee. Elmer retired the following year after Blanton's was released and is credited with the jockey and racehorse stopper design. Blanton's Black was developed exclusively for the Japanese market and is not sold inside the United States. Bottled at 80 Proof and aged about 8 years.

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Always a good choice and never lets me down with nice flavors and a solid drink.

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Would you recommend this to a friend?: Yes
What did you pair the wine with?: Soft/Mild Cheeses, Grilled Red Meat, Barbeque
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Country: United States

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