The Buffalo Trail Carves A Path Through Manchester

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Calling all Buffalo Trace enthusiasts and whiskey worshippers. On the 10th November 2015, Buffalo Trace is inviting you to a truly unique tasting-journey at one of Manchester and possibly the UK’s most revered restaurants, The Hawksmoor. Join the stampede for a night of indulgence with an exquisite three-course meal within the bar itself accompanied by bespoke Buffalo Trace cocktails created as the perfect match for each course. And if that’s not enough, you’ll be among the limited few to sample the highly anticipated Buffalo Trace Antique Collection – a range of five whiskeys that have been bestowed with some of the highest accolades the spirits world has to offer.

For over 200 years, the Buffalo Trace Distillery has been defined by a dedication to one craft; producing fine bourbon whiskey. The entire Buffalo Trace range encompasses quality, authenticity and is a testament to the timeless craft. So come down and get involved with this chance to taste some of the best whiskey in the world, and enjoy some fantastic food while you’re at it. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.buffalotrace.co.uk/bourbon-dinners/

Hawksmoor:

Located in a late Victorian courthouse on Deansgate, next door to Spinningfields, with an aim to serve the best steaks in Manchester. The interior is true to the building and features lots of reclaimed materials from the era, including parquet flooring from a different courthouse, paneling from Birmingham’s Sandwell College and glazed bricks.

The Buffalo Trail is touring the UK, with only 5 dates left. Special guest Buffalo Trace Master Blender, Drew Mayville, kicked off the Buffalo Trail with a mini-tour around the UK with stops in London, Nottingham, Leeds and Edinburgh to host exclusive tastings of the award-winning range.

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