A TRUE KENTUCKY BOURBON
Bottled from a private 60-barrel collection that has carefully aged for 13 years within 200 yards from where it was distilled.
Distilled, aged and bottled in Bardstown, Kentucky, under the strictest bourbon tradition.
Suitable for collectors, the limited-edition bourbon is hand-labeled to denote the proof, barrel and bottle numbers.
An inviting amber color is the conclusion of an intense 13-year relationship between our mash and its new American oak barrel. The warm, mahogany hue characterizes Buckner’s understated potency that has been deservedly earned as patience gives way to perfection.
Exotic spice and caramel notes are directly complimented by hints of buttery cream and cured tea leaves. Each sip provides an unforgettable experience that instantly returns you to the limestone hills of Kentucky only to demand further exploration.
A haunting combination of antique wood, wet soil and dry corn pulls forward from a honeyed vanilla palate. This introduction immediately suggests a rare complexity that can only be found in a true Kentucky bourbon with properly aged maturity.
BUCKNERS SINGLE BAREL BOURBON9999
A fitting tribute to a decorated revolutionary war hero, buckner’s 13-year, single-barrel bourbon is as complex and interesting as its namesake. A true kentucky bourbon, this limited-release whiskey unmistakably captures your attention and rewards you from nose to finish. with exceptional balance, it honors both the spirit of adventure and the benevolence of augusta kentucky’s revered founder and statesman
AN HONEST HERO
and not a moment too soon
We created the limited run Buckner Single-Barrel Bourbon as a tribute to the lasting accomplishments of a truly purpose-driven individual. While Captain Buckner’s battlefield successes are well documented in history books, his civic focus and fortitude is what still inspires five generations later.
His personal donation of 7,000 acres gave rise to the city of Augusta, Kentucky, and spurred regional trade all along the Ohio River. He founded the city’s first school and courthouse and served within the state’s legislature. Today, the same work ethic and generosity can be seen in the good people of Augusta, and in the bourbon that bears his name. Please raise your glass and join us in commemorating a true American hero.