Cream of Kentucky is the cream of the vintage bourbon crop! Distilled at the historic James E. Pepper Distillery, the premium bourbon brand was first introduced in 1888. Schenley reintroduced Cream of Kentucky after Prohibition. This bottle of Cream of Kentucky whiskey was bottled in or just after 1969 at the George T. Stagg Distillery (now known as Buffalo Trace); the James E. Pepper Distillery had closed a decade earlier, in 1958. This rare, collectible and downright tasty bourbon was bottled at 80 proof and imported for the Italian market by Fratelli Rinaldi.