W. L. Weller Bourbon 12 Year  750ml
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W. L. Weller Bourbon 12 Year

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 94 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Deep amber copper color. Rich, attractive aromas of creme brulee, fruit pastries, brown spices, and cherry cola with a satiny, lively, fruity medium-full body and a warming, very complex, very long Asian spices, honeyed shredded wheat, minerals, and pepper finish. A plush, flavor packed bourbon with great fruitiness and smoothness.
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Aromas of lanolin, almond, creamed corn and toasty vanilla. The mid-palate flavor is heavily wheated, layered and moderately sweet. Long, oaky, and intensely smooth finish.

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Country: United States

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