What Buffalo Trace Is Selling Today And Predictions For Tomorrow, December 12, 2021

Buffalo Trace’s gift shop release for Saturday, December 11, 2021, was E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch, according to the Buffalo Trace Distillery product availability site.

E.H. Taylor Jr. Small Batch was the odds on favorite from yesterday’s blog post.

This item is eligible for purchase if you haven’t purchased the same bottle since Friday, September 10, 2021, in accordance with the Buffalo Trace three-month rule.

(Scroll down to see tomorrow’s odds)

Bottle of E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch Bourbon
Gift Shop Price $43.00 Plus Tax

Buffalo Trace’s gift shop release odds for Sunday, December 12, 2021:

W.L. Weller Special Reserve37.88%
Eagle Rare26.83%
Blanton’s20.84%
Sazerac Rye11.63%
Single Oak Project2.24%
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch0.58%
Total100.00%

December Contest Update:
There have been 817 entries in the December Contest as of today, Saturday, December 11, 2021. Thank you for all that have participated and good luck! Remember, you may enter up to six times a day until December 24th. See details on the pinned post on the home page.

Below is a summary of Buffalo Trace’s last seven limited releases for reference. Click on 2021 Gift Shop Release by Date under the Limited Release Data dropdown menu on the homepage for a full view of all the releases for the year.

12/05/21SundayE.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch
12/06/21MondayBlanton’s
12/07/21TuesdayW.L. Weller Special Reserve
12/08/21WednesdayEagle Rare
12/09/21ThursdayBlanton’s
12/10/21FridaySazerac Rye
12/11/21SaturdayE.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch

We haven’t heard an official confirmation on the Single Oak Project being sold out so the odds are included every Sunday, the only day it has been released this year. Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley discusses the Single Oak Project on Buffalo Trace’s Whiskey Wednesday Episode #48 that aired in April of 2021. View the 6:20 minute mark for a quick hint on future releases of the Single Oak Project.

The odds are calculated using historical data and are not a guarantee. We want to encourage everyone to visit the Buffalo Trace Distillery even if the bottle they wish for isn’t the odds on favorite for that day.

Thank you for visiting, we hope you find this site fun and useful!

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