O.F.C. expressions are named after Buffalo Trace’s Kentucky distillery, which was originally christened the Old Fashioned Copper (O.F.C.) in 1870. The storied National Historic Landmark was one of the most state-of-the-art distilleries of its era and continues to produce top-shelf bourbon under the Buffalo Trace name. Each release in the O.F.C. series showcases the oldest and best barrels of yesteryear and are especially coveted among collectors.
Tasting notes for this vintage describe cherry cordial on the nose followed by caramel and slightly smoked-oak. Dark chocolate, tobacco leaves and dates are found on the palate, followed by a lingering finish of leather, black pepper and cinnamon. It is bottled at the label’s standard 90 proof.
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