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|Manufacturer||The Sazerac Company|
|Country of origin||Kentucky, United States|
|Alcohol by volume||40.00%|
|Related products||Buffalo Trace|
Old Taylor Bourbon is a bourbon whiskey produced in Frankfort, Kentucky by the Sazerac Company. The brand is sold as a straight bourbon. It is sold in glass in 16 oz pint bottles, glass 750ml bottles, glass 1-liter bottles and plastic 1.75L bottles.
On June 24, 2009 Buffalo Trace Distillery (part of the Sazerac Company) purchased the Old Taylor Bourbon label and barrel inventory from Beam Global Spirits & Wine, maker of Jim Beam Bourbon. The product line changed hands in an agreement where Beam bought the EFFEN Vodka brand from Buffalo Trace parent company Sazerac.
Old Taylor Bourbon was named in honor of Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. who lived from 1830-1923. Taylor started and owned seven different distilleries throughout his career, the most successful being the O.F.C. and Carlisle distilleries, the forerunners of today’s Buffalo Trace Distillery.
- "Beam Global Spirits & Wine Acquires EFFEN Vodka Line". Deerfield, Illinois. 6/24/2009. Retrieved March 11, 2012.
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