Rock Hill Farms is another Sazerac / Buffalo Trace-made bourbon using the higher rye mash #2, also used for Blanton’s, Elmer T Lee, Hancock’s Reserve, and Ancient Age. The only real difference I know of between the three single barrel mash #2 bourbons (Rock Hill Farms, Blanton’s, and Hancock’s Reserve) is the proof, although it’s possible that age and barrel location may vary as well. If you want to know for sure, you’ll probably have to ask the master distiller.
The odd thing about Rock Hill Farms is that neither the Buffalo Trace nor Sazerac websites mention this bourbon. Putting it bluntly, the Sazerac website looks like it was made in the mid 2000’s and hasn’t been updated since, and Buffalo Trace isn’t far behind. Let’s find out if they’ve neglected the bourbon inside the bottle in this Rock Hill Farms bourbon review.