Buffalo Trace’s gift shop release for Thursday, October 6, 2022, was Eagle Rare according to the Buffalo Trace Distillery product availability site.
Eagle Rare was the 2nd odds-on favorite choice from yesterday’s blog post.
This item is eligible for purchase if you haven’t purchased the same bottle since Friday, July 8, 2022, in accordance with the Buffalo Trace 90-day rule.
(Scroll down to see tomorrow’s odds)
Buffalo Trace’s gift shop release odds for Friday, October 7, 2022:
|W.L. Weller Special Reserve||52.83%|
|E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch||27.97%|
|Single Oak Project||0.00%|
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.
Below is a summary of Buffalo Trace’s last seven limited releases for reference. Click on 2022 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.
|09/30/22||Friday||E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch|
|10/03/22||Monday||E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch|
Also, note that our October Contest (click here for the link to enter) is now in progress and it is free to enter. You may enter up to six times per day until midnight on October 31st.
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2 thoughts on “What Buffalo Trace Is Selling Today And Predictions For Tomorrow, October 7, 2022”
I have recently been recording the results of this column. Wellers has been the prediction for the last 3 days. What system do you use to make these predictions? Also I am curious as to what BT uses to offer, a roll of the dice, coin flip? If we knew then things would be a mess.
Thank you for visiting our site! In regard to your first question, odds are based on number of days since the last time that product has been released. In this case Weller hasn’t been released in the past nine days. The max number of days we’ve seen without Weller being sold is 10 days over the past year, which keeps it as the favorite. As for you other question, I haven’t figured out what Buffalo Trace uses to decide to sell each day either.