Blanton’s Red Takara | Japanese Edition | Bourbon Whiskey
Blanton’s Red Takara | Japanese Edition | Bourbon Whiskey Single-barrel whiskey began with Blanton’s in 1984. As he approached retirement.
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Blanton’s Red Takara | Japanese Edition | Bourbon Whiskey Single-barrel whiskey began with Blanton’s in 1984. As he approached retirement, Expert Distiller Elmer T. Lee was entrusted with making a whiskey of extraordinarily high quality.
With cautious reflection, he reviewed the prior days of his profession in the last part of the 1940s, when he worked under Colonel Albert B. Blanton. Colonel Blanton was the leader of the refinery until 1952. Mr. Lee recalled that when Colonel Blanton would engage dignitaries and other significant visitors, he would handpick “honey barrels” from the middle cut of Stockroom H and have that whiskey packaged in turn in each barrel.
A jug of Blanton’s Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Whiskey Bourbon
The mark reads: Unloaded on 1-9-91 from Barrel No. 368 and stored in Distribution Center H on Rick No. 93.
This is bottle number 140.
This Blanton’s Single Barrel No. 368 sold at our internet based closeout for £320
If it’s not too much trouble, see the pictures for the fill level and mark condition. Note the harm to the container.
More seasoned bottles frequently contain limited quantities of residue.
This container doesn’t have all the earmarks of spilling.
Refinery” (an abbreviation for “Old Fire and Copper”). Blanton, who completed secondary school early, joined the refinery as an office kid at sixteen years old in 1897.
Stagg Refinery.” In 1912, Albert was named Administrator of the refinery floor, the packaging office, and the distribution centers on the ground.
About the distillery
Stagg Refinery and the O.F.C. Refinery. The organization asserts the refinery is the most seasoned, consistently working refinery in the US.
The Sazerac Organization, an American family-claimed maker and shipper situated in New Orleans, Louisiana, bought the refinery in 1992 and is currently the parent organization of Bison Follow Refinery.