Buffalo Trace Unveils Multi-Bottle ‘Prohibition Collection’, Including Two New Stagg Expressions

On Monday, Buffalo Trace announced the launch of the Prohibition Collection: a five-bottle collection of whiskeys that honors the spirits legally produced at the distillery during Prohibition. The collection, set to launch in October, is a recreation of five Prohibition-era whiskeys that have, until now, been lost to time: Old Stagg, Golden Wedding, Three Features, Walnut Hill, and George T. Stagg Spiritus Frumenti.

Known then as the George T. Stagg Distillery, Buffalo Trace is the longest continually-operating distillery in the United States and one of just six establishments to be granted a license to produce medicinal whiskey by the U.S. government from 1920 to 1933. Each of the whiskeys in the Prohibition Collection serves as a tribute to the brands housed at the distillery during this 13-year period.

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