Is Rock Hill Farms Bourbon hard to find?

Is Rock Hill Farms Bourbon hard to find?

It is named for a stretch of farmland along the Kentucky River. While nearly all of Buffalo Trace’s top-shelf premiums can be a little hard to find at the moment, this is not a limited release or particularly rare bourbon. It should be available in well-stocked liquor stores with some regularity.

Who makes Rock Hill Farm?

the Sazerac Company
Rock Hill Farms is a single barrel bourbon whiskey produced in Frankfort, Kentucky, by the Sazerac Company. The brand is sold as a straight bourbon. It comes from Buffalo Trace Distillery’s mash bill #2. Similar Buffalo Trace Distillery bourbons that come from mash bill #2 are Elmer T. Lee and Blanton’s.

What Mashbill is Rock Hill Farms?

Bourbon Mashbill #2
Named for the rich farmland along the Kentucky River, Rock Hill Farms is part of Buffalo Trace’s Bourbon Mashbill #2 family. With the exception of Ancient Age, Mashbill #2 based bourbons are currently composed of only single barrel offerings.

Is Rock Hill Farms discontinued?

Buffalo Trace says “no plans” to discontinue Rock Hill Farms. Rumor: Rock Hill Farms #bourbon is being discontinued. Buffalo Trace: false.

How long is Rock Hill Farms bourbon aged?

about 8 years
Each bottle of Rock Hill Farms Bourbon is aged about 8 years in a single, new, charred American oak barrel, and is bottled in bond at a robust 100 proof.

How old is Rock Hill Farms?

Each bottle of Rock Hill Farms Bourbon is aged about 8 years in a single, new, charred American oak barrel, and is bottled in bond at a robust 100 proof.

Is Elmer T Lee Rare?

Elmer T. Lee was one of the most well-known Master Distillers of Buffalo Trace, retiring in 1985 after 36 years. While this was always a popular bourbon for Buffalo Trace, it has become relatively unobtainable (at least at MSRP prices).

Who owns Old Fitzgerald?

Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc.
Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. Old Fitzgerald is a brand of wheated bourbon distilled in Louisville, Kentucky by Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc.

How many Old Fitzgerald’s are there?

These variations include Very Old Fitzgerald (8 year), Very Xtra Old Fitzgerald (10 year), Very Very Old Fitzgerald (12 year), Very Very Old Fitzgerald (15 year), and Very Very Old Fitzgerald (18 year).