William Larue Weller Bourbon


William Larue Weller Bourbon



Bourbon /60.95% ABV / Kentucky, United States

A sweet nose with a presence of caramel. Tasting notes of honey, butterscotch, and a soft woodiness. It’s smooth, delicate and calm. Features a smooth finish with a sweet honeysuckle flair.

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William Larue Weller Bourbon.

Uncut and unfiltered, this hand-bottled bourbon is barrel proof. Weller substitutes wheat for the traditional rye grain, a production method pioneered by W.L. Weller. Fragrant scents of caramel corn, new leather, plums, light toffee with pipe tobacco. The palate tastes of marshmallow, salted almonds, nougat, figs and dates. When a bourbon is this touted and this “limited,” you can’t help but expect anything less than greatness. With William Larue Weller, all you get is whatever a multitude of greatness tastes like. This is a hot, juicy, flavourful  detonation of a whisky. William Larue Weller Bourbon, William Larue Weller bourbon 2015.

Short insights

William Larue Weller Bourbon drawn from charred American white oak at 62.65% ABV, this extremely rare barrel proof Bourbon is released in ultra small quantities and is very highly sought after – it is often considered to be amongst the best rated and in demand from the collection. This is one of an estimated 5,131 bottles. William Larue Weller was re-introduced to the Buffalo Trace series in 2005 (it made a brief appearance as a 19 year old in the early 2000’s), making this their 4th entry in the series – and a very rare entry at that


Simultaneously dark and bright red-brown, like cough medicine


 Deep, resonate maraschino cherries, soft but pronounced brown sugar glaze, Double Bubble bubble gum, rosey perfume, fermented grape juice, almost minty tingle on the tail end


Hot, buttery, creamy mouthfeel. Juicy red fruits, fig newtons, cinnamon syrup, sweet and sour coffee. Big, bold flavours.


 Sweet vanilla, mellow oak, cinnamon tingle that lasts for ages.

Score: 98/100


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