You’ve heard of single cask whiskies, but Buffalo Trace is taking the idea to an extreme with its Single Oak Project. There are 192 different bottles in the range, using wood from 96 different trees…and all of the wood in each cask comes from the same tree. It’s just one way to control the variables that make the whisky from two barrels different, and there are nearly 1,400 possible combinations! We’ll hear from the team behind this unique experiment, along with the week’s news and the debut of a new feature — in which you get to ask the questions!
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