Buffalo Trace Is Auctioning Off Rare Whisky To Support Kentucky Flood Victims

Buffalo Trace Distillery is set to auction off five rare whisky collections and one personalised experience to help raise funds for people affected by the recent flooding in Kentucky. 

The five collections up for grabs are: the Van Winkle Whiskey collection, the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, the Double Eagle Very Rare Bourbon, two sets of Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon packages, and the Old Oak Charter Bourbon collection. 

In a statement, Buffalo Trace Distillery CEO Mark Brown said, “The loss of lives, housing, infrastructure, and even basic necessities most of us take for granted is devastating.”

“We hope our bourbon community, who we know can be very generous, really shows its support and we’re able to raise an unheralded amount of funds for Eastern Kentucky disaster relief.” More details about how to bid on all the items can be found here. So one more time, happy hunting some unicorn bottles for a good cause.

The Buffalo Trace auction commences on Thursday, August 18 and closes at 7 pm on Thursday, August 25.

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