The Vinogourmets cellar welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a wide range of 3 "Bourbon". Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays high attention to the selection of "Bourbon" in order to present you the best price for guaranteed quality.
BOURBON EAGLE RARE 10 YEARS SINGLE BARREL 70CL 45 °
The Buffalo Trace distillery produces two Bourbons Single Barrels, a rather classic version, Blanton's marked by notes of vanilla and ripe fruit. Eagle Rare turns out to be more atypical, both drier and more complex. Herbaceous, medicinal, it evolves on subtle notes of leather.
One of the popular bourbon single barrels is making a comeback. Created in 1975 by the Seagram company, Eagle Rare, produced at the Buffalo Trace distillery, fell into the hands of the Sazerac company in 1989. Transformed into a 10-year-old single barrel, this version is very tasty and presents notes of coconut, crème brûlée, dried apples and pears coated with spices.
Through the challenges of floods, fires, tornadoes and even prohibition, the American family-owned Buffalo Trace distillery has never compromised.A timeless dedication to respecting the past while innovating without fear for the future.
Ancient buffaloes forged paths through the wilderness that led American pioneers and explorers to new frontiers.One of those trails led to the banks of the Kentucky River, where the Buffalo Trace Distillery has been making bourbon whiskey the same way for over 200 years.As a tribute to the mighty buffalo and the robust, independent spirit of the pioneers who followed them, the distillery created this signature Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Whiskey bourbon.
BOURBON BLANTON'S SINGLE BARREL KENTUCKY STRAIGHT 70 CL 66,45°
The first bourbon to be barreled in 1984, The Original has revolutionized and restored the American whiskey. This Blanton's Straight From the Barrel version allows you to taste an authentic whiskey, with bottling without reduction and without chill filtration. This straight bourbon bears the name of Colonel Albert Blanton who ran the distillery from 1912 to 1953.