1792 Full Proof Bourbon is a near-cask strength bourbon from Sazerac, the same company that owns Buffalo Trace. While Buffalo Trace’s primary cask strength bourbon, Stagg Jr, is related to 1792 Full Proof, they are quite different (link here). But just like Buffalo Trace though, 1792 also does a number of single barrel selections, primarily of 1792 Single Barrel and 1792 Full Proof.
In this review, I bring 1792 Full Proof Single Barrel Bourbon selected by Broudy’s Fine Wine and Spirits. I really like the batched 1792 Full Proof Bourbon already, but single barrels always have a life of their own, often bringing different traits to the table as part of their individual nature. This is my first experience with a 1792 Single Barrel, so in this 1792 Full Proof Single Barrel Bourbon Broudy’s Fine Wine and Spirits Select review, let’s find out if this particular barrel brings any fun and interesting twists.