Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr.
E.H. Taylor is a brand of whiskeys named after Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr., a significant figure in the history of American whiskey. The E.H. Taylor brand is part of the Buffalo Trace Distillery portfolio, located in Frankfort, Kentucky.
Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. was a pioneer and innovator in the bourbon industry during the 19th century. He played a crucial role in shaping the modern bourbon production methods and was instrumental in the passing of the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, which set standards for quality and purity in American whiskey production.
E.H. Taylor whiskeys are known for their distinctive packaging. The bottles feature an antique-style label similar to the one used on bottles throughout the brand’s history, and are packaged in a distinctive tube.