That’s the way Colonel Albert B. Blanton first bottled his
private reserve bourbon nearly a century ago. Blanton
believed the “center-cut” or middle sections of
Warehouse H were the best for aging his bourbon.
Personally tasting and choosing each barrel, these barrels
were reserved and bottled for ambassadors, dignitaries,
family and friends becoming the world’s first single barrel
bourbon. His time honored tradition lives on today as only a
handful of barrels from the center of Warehouse H are
selected to become Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon.