What Buffalo Trace Is Selling Today And Predictions For Tomorrow, April 13, 2023

Today’s Release

Buffalo Trace’s gift shop release for Wednesday, April 12, 2023, was W.L. Weller Special Reserve according to the Buffalo Trace Distillery product availability site.

W.L. Weller Special Reserve was the 2nd odds-on favorite choice from yesterday’s blog post.

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Sazerac Rye, Wheatly Vodka, and Bourbon Cream also show as available.

AvailableAllocated ProductPrice


E.H. Taylor Jr., Small Batch

Eagle Rare

Single Oak Project

W.L. Weller Special Reserve

This item is eligible for purchase if you haven’t purchased the same bottle since Thursday, January 12, 2023, in accordance with the Buffalo Trace 90-day rule.

Odds For tomorrow

Buffalo Trace’s gift shop release odds for Thursday, April 13, 2023:

Eagle Rare58.49%
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch6.82%
W.L. Weller Special Reserve2.43%
Single Oak Project0.00%

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.

The second odds favorites are on a roll as it looks like another drought of Eagle Rare. It has been over a week since Eagle Rare was released.

Past 7 releases

Below is a summary of Buffalo Trace’s last seven limited releases for reference. Click on Daily Release History on the dropdown menu for a complete list of the allocated products by year.

04/05/23WedW.L. Weller Special Reserve🥈
04/06/23ThurBlanton’s 🥇
04/07/23FriE.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch🥈
04/08/23SatW.L. Weller Special Reserve🥈
04/11/23TuesE.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch🥈
04/12/23WedW.L. Weller Special Reserve🥈
🥇 1st odds on favorite
🥈 2nd odds on favorite
🥉 3rd odds on favorite

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2 thoughts on “What Buffalo Trace Is Selling Today And Predictions For Tomorrow, April 13, 2023

  1. I work at Buffalo Trace. Our gift shop IS open on Sundays (11-5) and there IS an allocated bottle that day, too. You might want to add that to your calculations. 🙂

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