Nearly extinct rare spirits are the focus of The Last Drop. And when it comes to rare bourbon, they’ve found another gem from the legendary Buffalo Trace Distillery. TLD’s 2nd bourbon release was distilled in 1980 at what was then named the George T. Stagg Distillery, now known as Buffalo Trace. The barrels were discovered in 1998 after an inventory, and then two years later the aging process was halted as the bourbon was transferred to stainless steel vats. And while the aging stopped, the maturing of the taste profile did not, making for one of the most impressive bourbons to ever be bottled. The 40-year-old spirit is 90 proof and only 240 bottles are being released.