Mike this is nothing more than the good old BT #2 mashbill that is used in the majority of Buffalo Trace's bourbons. It was better some years ago at 90 proof, but is still plenty tasty at 86. One thing I notice that everyone misses is the light banana in the nose and on the palete that comes from a light fusil oil that must arrive around ten years of age, as I find it in no other BT expression. I do admit that it is very subtile, but it is there for the finding.
Sadly AAA 10 year old is no longer available in Virginia having been replaced by the "10 Star" variant.