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The origin of the Bulleit Distilling Company is in 1830 in Louisville, USA, as the innkeeper Augustus Bulleit develops and produces a 'high-rye bourbon whiskey'. Thirty years later, August disappears when he is on his way to New Orleans with barrels of his whiskey.
In 1987, his great-great-grandson Thomas Bulleit sets to work on the inherited recipe for the bourbon, and starts the Bulleit Distilling Company. For making the high rye bourbon, Bulleit uses the Four Roses Distillery in Kentucky, the rye whiskey is produced in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
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