Buffalo Trace- Carving the Trail to Great Bourbon is an incredible photographic tribute by David Toczko to one of Kentucky's historic treasures.

Within these beautiful pages, one can take a pictorial walking tour of the oldest continuously operating distillery in America. David shares more than 250 stunning color images from over 3,000 photographs taken during the course of its production. The book showcases the scenic landscapes found on the 130-acre site, as well as the historic buildings and a behind-the-scenes look at the distillation process.

Located on the banks of the Kentucky River in Frankfort, Kentucky, the Buffalo Trace Distillery has endured floods, fires and even Prohibition in its 200-year history to become one of the premier bourbon brands in the world, and in 2013 was named a National Landmark. Hardcover, 9 x 12", 3.35 pounds. 208 pages.

Buffalo Trace: Carving the Trail to Great Bourbon

$39.95Price

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