Thanks to /u/devoz for sharing a sample of this dram at our most recent tasting (that I’ve written up).
So what does one have second as part of a Bourbon tasting? Given the options, we decided, based on something we had reviews for, it would be William Larue Weller 2017. While it is cask strength, it is rumoured to be a wheater. And without the rye, it can be lighter in profile.
At least that’s what the smarter bourbon people told me, and I’ll follow them off the bridge. Metaphorically. I’ll debate the bridge based on safety concerns. Cause I’m a wild and crazy guy.
What should I say about William Larue Weller 2017 that hasn’t been said before? It’s a wheated, high proof, NAS offering from BTAC for the year. These can be tasty, and they can be polarizing. Because so few people actually open their bottles, we…
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