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Blanton's Blanton's Type Bourbon whiskey Manufacturer Sazerac Company Country of origin Kentucky, United States Introduced 1984 Alcohol by volume 46.50% Proof 93 Related products Buffalo Trace Blanton's is a brand of bourbon whiskey distilled in Frankfort, Kentucky at the Buffalo Trace Distillery. In 1984 Blanton's was marketed commercially as the world’s first single barrel bourbon under the label, "Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon." A single barrel bourbon is one that is poured from one particular barrel and not blended or mixed with any other barrels. The exacting science of the single-barrel process requires constant monitoring of every barrel in the middle of the warehouse by the Master Distiller. The barrels must be dumped by hand with no machinery. Each and every bottle of Blanton's is recorded with the Master Registrar at Blanton's Distilling Company. There are eight different stopper designs, each with a different letter of the alphabet molded into it. When placed in order, spelling "B L A N T O N' S" the horse and jocky's poses display eight different scenes of a horse race, from standing at the gate, to crossing the finish line with a win. Contents 1 Colonel Blanton 2 Expressions 3 Reviews and Awards 4 References // Colonel Blanton Blanton's bourbon was named in honor of one of Buffalo Trace's early leaders, Colonel Albert B. Blanton, who spent most of his life preserving the tradition of handcrafted bourbon. For more than 55 years, Blanton devoted his entire professional career to producing fine whiskey and preserving the heritage of the Buffalo Trace Distillery. Born and raised on a farm just outside Frankfort, Kentucky. He began working at the distillery in 1897 as an office boy when he was only 16 years old. Over the next few years he worked in every department, and before he was 20, Col. Blanton was appointed superintendent of the distillery, its warehouse, and bottling shop. By 1921, he was president of the whiskey plant. In 1959, Colonel Blanton died, having spent more than half a century at the distillery that he helped to be named one of the state's most historic landmarks. Expressions Blanton's Bourbon has been released with several different label colors, stopper finishes, and proofs. Blanton's in the USA is bottles with a beige label at 93 proof In Japan Blanton's is bottled at 80 proof with a black label Blanton's Special Reserve is bottled at 80 proof with a green label Blanton's Gold is bottled at 103 proof with gold colored label and stopper Blanton's Silver is bottled at 98 proof and has silver colored label and stopper Blanton's Barrel Proof is bottled at variable proofs with a copper colored label. Reviews and Awards Blanton's Bourbon has received a string accolades from spirit ratings organizations. The San Francisco World Spirits Competition gave the single barrel bourbon one double gold, two gold, and one silver medal between 2007 and 2010.[1] Beverage Testing Institute gave the bourbon a score of 94, well above its average score. Wine Enthusiast raters have generally been least impressed with Blanton's, rating it in the 85-89 point interval on one occasion and in the 90-95 point interval on another.[1] References ^ a b " Summary of Blanton's Awards". Retrieved 2010-10-28.  This whisky-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e