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These Are the Whiskeys Collectors Will Be Hunting for This Fall

If you find these bottles at their $99 SRP, buy them immediately.


Don’t be fooled, these new whiskeys from Buffalo Trace Distillery will almost certainly not be available at their suggested $99 retail price.

The Antique collection is a collection of five award-winning, sought-after bottles of whiskey — the lot includes an SFSC Double Gold winning George T. Stagg straight bourbon, Jim Murray’s “Best Rye, 11 Years and Over” from Sazerac, a 12-year-old Weller, an uncut and unfiltered Thomas H. Handy Sazerac rye and a 17-year-old Eagle Rare.

The distillery’s Antique Collection has been releasing limited runs of its accolade-grabbing whiskey for more than a decade now, and will not be easy to come by without a connection or a very lucky trip to your local store. Given the quality, age statements and low quantities of the bottle, a $99 SRP feels oddly low. That would be because it is.

Take 2017’s Antique Collection release, which has seen a $90 SRP bottle of Eagle Rare balloon into a $1,000 bottle of Eagle Rare. Other bottles of collections past share a similar story.

That said, the group of five begin rolling out into markets late September and early October. If you see one on a shelf or behind a counter for anything remotely close to $100, get it.

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