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Just a few more days to bid on rare bourbon to benefit Bernheim

By Melissa Raley

Don’t miss your chance to purchase rare bottles of Bourbon AND support Bernheim’s mission of connecting people with nature. 

Bidding for rare Single Oak Project bourbon bottles generously donated by Buffalo Trace Distillery is only live through this Sunday, January 22. Thanks for Legacy Home & Estate Services for voluntering their online auction services.

Treat yourself to this special Kentucky treat, or  share with your friends and colleagues who love bourbon. These bottles are hard to come by, so do bourbon enthusiasts a favor and share this link with them.

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About the Single Oak Project
The Single Oak Project is the most extensive bourbon experiment ever undertaken. For over two centuries, Buffalo Trace Distillery has been a pioneering leader in quality and innovation. The Single Oak Project is their most inventive and comprehensive experiment yet. It all started with 96 individually selected American oak trees that differed according to the number of growth rings per inch and growing location. Each tree was then cut into two parts – top and bottom – yielding 192 unique tree sections. A single barrel was constructed from each unique section. Prior to construction, Buffalo Trace varied the stave seasoning times. The 192 barrels were then charred differently. These single oak barrels were then filled with different recipe whiskeys, at various entry proofs and aged in a variety of different warehouse styles. This comprehensive experiment allows you to directly compare the impact of 7 different critical variables across 192 bottles for a total of 1,396 taste combinations. None of the 192 bottles in the complete set are exactly alike.

Thank you to Buffalo Trace Distillery and Legacy Home & Estate Services for supporting Bernheim’s mission!

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