Harrison Blanton developed the legendary Buffalo Trace distillery in 1812. It was bought in 1870 by the renowned Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr., who named it OFC (Old Fashioned Copper) and made significant advances in its modernization. In fact, he spent so much money that he declared bankruptcy after just seven years. Then, George T. Stagg intervened to save it and purchased it in 1878 it. He managed the distillery until he retired in the 1890s, and in 1904 it was given a new name in his honor. After surviving Prohibition, it was acquired by the Schenley firm in 1933. For the next 50 years, it was managed as a part of their wide portfolio before being sold to Japan's Age International.
The new Japanese owners only focused on its brands and soon sold the distillery to the Sazerac Company, who renamed it Buffalo Trace in 1999. The Buffalo Trace Distillery claims to be the nation's oldest distillery still in operation. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that a distillery with such a long history and extensive experience has one of the greatest families and domestic brands in any business, as well as a broad variety of spirits.
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A wine list from Flask published in the early 1970s
Driving down Ventura Blvd in Studio City in the 1960’s has something in common with today, Flask Fine Wine & Whisky- Flask first opened its doors to the public in 1962. Decades later and it still remains a respected fixture in the Los Angeles community.
We work directly with the wineries, distilleries and breweries to maintain a personal relationship with the creators of some of our favorite products.
We want to know their stories and how they produce bottles that fit into our unique collection. We make a point to keep our selection stocked with a wide variety, offering your classic Napa icons to your natural & organic wines.
We like to think of our whiskey and spirit section as more of a library where the rarest of bottles can be found.
We look forward to helping you find your next favorite bottle!