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William Larue Weller Bottled 2010

William Larue Weller Bottled 2010

 

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•    Wheat recipe
•    Aged 12 years
•    Critically acclaimed
•    ABV 63.3%, 75cl















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Larue Weller 2010 was distilled in summer 1998. It was then aged for 12 years and three months before becoming part of Buffalo Trace’s popular Antique Collection.

William Larue Weller is made from a small batch of barrels and is released just once a year. That means each release is unique and quickly becomes sought after as availability decreases. The barrels that made William Larue Weller 2010 were aged in the fourth and ninth floors of two of Buffalo Trace’s warehouses – I and P. The range is bottled barrel-proof, meaning 126.6 proof (ABV 63.3%) for the 2010 edition.

It is a wheat recipe bourbon whisky so by definition is smooth – even though it is high strength. It is better to cut with a small amount of water to really open up the flavours though. You will be aware of the alcohol but there are many layers competing with the wheat.

William Larue Weller 2010 is a distiller’s work of art. It has been named best bourbon in the world by at least one spirit publication. So how do we sum up? Rare, distinct, bold, fantastic – adjective overload but it about sums it up.

 





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