Buffalo Trace Kosher Bourbon Combo Pack
This 3 Pack Bourbon Combo includes:
1 Bottle - Buffalo Trace Distillery Kosher Wheat Recipe Kentucky Straight Bourbon
1 Bottle - Buffalo Trace Distillery Kosher Rye Recipe Kentucky Straight Bourbon
1 Bottle - 750 ML Wyoming Whiskey Steamboat Bourbon
Buffalo Trace Distillery Releases 7 Year Old Kosher Kentucky Straight Bourbon High Rye and High Wheat.
What it believes to be the first authentic Kosher Whiskey, under the guidance of the Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc-Kosher). The new whiskey is available in three styles, Kosher Rye Recipe Bourbon; Kosher Wheat Recipe Bourbon; and Kosher Straight Rye Whiskey.
Kosher law mandates that whiskey should not be owned or consumed by Jews during Passover. Buffalo Trace Distillery is owned by Sazerac. It is a privately owned family company led by Chairman William “Bill” Goldring who is Jewish. In 2010 Buffalo Trace began working with cRc for guidance on how to make a kosher whiskey. In 2012 in order to follow the kosher rules the cRc oversaw the sale of new American Oak Kosher barrels in a contract of sale to a non-Jewish executive, Buffalo Trace Distillery President Mark Brown. Eight years ago these special barrels were filled with three different whiskey mash bills and put away in specially marked “Kosher whiskey” barrels to age.
Steamboat Special Limited-Edition Straight Bourbon Whiskey is produced by Wyoming Whiskey, located in Kirby, Wyoming. A casual observer might ponder how an old boating concept was chosen as the namesake for this whiskey, given Wyoming is best known for big sky, not big water. “Steamboat” was the name of an “unrideable” horse at the Cheyenne Frontier Days in 1909, and also the symbolic icon seen on the Wyoming license plate.
This whiskey has been described as lighter and sweeter when compared with the flagship Wyoming Whiskey Small Batch Bourbon, and it’s bottled at 90 proof. The expression creates a rather ironic statement, contrasting the rough and tumble bronco with the easy-drinking lighter bourbon whiskey.