Now is your chance to own an exceedingly rare and highly collectible bottle of OFC Bourbon Whiskey distilled in 1980. In 1870 Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. christened the O.F.C Distillery where Buffalo Trace stands today, and this legendary whiskey brand has been revered ever since. This crystal bottle is a replica of an O.F.C. decanter dating back to the early 1900s found in the Buffalo Trace Distillery archives. Equally impressive is the display box in which the bottle is presented. The dark wooden box prominently bears the O.F.C name in copper, along with a copper plaque depicting the year the year the bourbon was distilled. A provenance card inside the revolving door display box contains the same information found on the back label. Distilled in 1980 this rare whiskey is one of only one hundred of it’s vintage. It was bottled without chill filtration at 90 proof for a smooth, elegant flavor.
You’ll not only be purchasing this crystal bottle of vintage bourbon but you’ll be helping support our work at Kentucky Waterways Alliance. We strive to restore and protect waterways across the Commonwealth of Kentucky through stream and river clean-ups, clean water advocacy, watershed planning, stormwater management programs, rain garden installations, creation of wildlife habitats, planting pollinator gardens at schools, and much more.
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