William Larue Weller Straight Bourbon Whiskey 134.6@ 2015 750ml
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William Larue Weller Straight Whiskey 134.6@ Bourbon 2015

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 97 by Decanter
Among the best wheated mash bill bourbon I have ever encountered. Why some whiskeys work better than othersis the stuff of long debate. The reason for this particular bottleing is relatively simple: you have an almost breathless intensity, yet somehow the constituent parts of the complexity can be individually identified and savoured. That is quite rare in any whiskey with this degree of weight. (Whisky Advocate)
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Producer William Larue Weller

Country: United States

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