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William Larue Weller Bottled in 2005

William Larue Weller bourbon whisky Bottled 2005

 

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•    Unfiltered, uncut
•    Small batch wheat recipe
•    Premium full-bodied
•    ABV 60.95%, 75cl













 

William Larue Weller bourbon whisky was introduced to the Antique Collection at the Buffalo Trace Distillery in 2005. This is from that first year of availability.

It is a small batch, wheated bourbon whisky, unfiltered and bottled at barrel proof (ABV 60.95%). There is no age statement, but the distillery says all its bourbon is aged for at least seven years.

By the very nature of releasing a new version every year, each edition of William Larue Weller becomes rare and, therefore, a collectors’ item. Two of the key elements in its production -- the long maturation and the wheat used in the mashbill -- combine to make a bourbon whisky that is sophisticated, full-bodied and rich. Given the strength, bravery is required to drink it without water and it should probably be kept out of reach of the inexperienced. Add a little water, and William Larue Weller comes alive.

It is named after a distiller who lived in the 1800s who is credited as being the first person to use wheat instead of rye when distilling whiskey. More...





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Buffalo Trace Distillery, Franklin County, Frankfort, Kentucky, USA
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