W. L. Weller

American Whiskey

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Tasting notes by Victor on 11th Mar 2016
An Old Friend 95/100

Tasting notes by MuddyFunster on 14th Nov 2015
Young and Hot 88/100

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  • William Larue Weller Bot. 2007 - An Old Friend

    By Victor on 11th Mar 20162016-03-11T19:19:00


    One of the blessings of my life is having a sister who owns hundreds of bottles of whisk(e)y, about half of which I do not own myself. She buys lots of things I would not buy but want to taste, and quite… read more

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  • Old Weller Antique 7 Year old - Young and Hot

    By MuddyFunster on 14th Nov 20152015-11-14T00:21:00


    Bottle from Master of Malt. Colour is a nice clear bright reddish/light brown. Oily but looks light in the glass. Nose is big, hot and complex. Can't get my nose right in the glass. Little too strong… read more

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  • W.L. Weller 12 Year old - Van Winkle Substitute?

    By MuddyFunster on 12th Nov 20152015-11-12T22:39:00


    So I came to W.L. Weller, having read a few articles here and there claiming a shared heritage between Van Winkle whiskeys and W.L. Weller releases. The fundamental similarity said to be that both include… read more

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  • W.L. Weller 12 Year old - Like Doughboy from Boyz N The Hood

    By Rantavahti on 24th Aug 20152015-08-24T09:40:00


    This was only my second wheated bourbon (Rebel Yell was first). Coming from Buffalo Trace distillery, the mash has 75% corn, 20% wheat, 5% malted barley. So the secondary grain used in the mash bill, is… read more

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  • W.L. Weller 12 Year old - Never trust first impressions...

    By hunggar on 16th Mar 20152015-03-16T16:52:00


    William Larue Weller is perhaps the most well known “wheated” bourbon. I know very little about wheated bourbons, so I was curious to try one. This has only recently become available in Taiwan, and it … read more

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  • W.L. Weller 12 Year old - A very noble wood

    By Robert99 on 12th Sep 20142014-09-12T04:53:00


    Usually I go for the cask strenght bourbon with big flavors, but I do enjoy mellow flavors when they are more elegant and refined. The W. L. Weller 12 yo doesn't have the boldness of a Booker for ins… read more

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  • W. L. Weller 60/40 Old Weller Antique / W.L.Weller 12 yr blend - Weller House Blend

    By Cardinal on 27th Nov 20132013-11-27T15:20:00


    I have taken the advise of many online experts and blended my Old Weller Antique and my W.L.Weller 12 yr wheated bourbons. The mix is 60% OWA and 40% Weller 12 yr. The OWA is 53.5% ABV and Weller 12 is… read more

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  • W. L. Weller William Larue Weller Bot. 2013 - Decadent Bourbon

    By masterj on 25th Nov 20132013-11-25T08:13:00


    This William Larue Weller was distilled in Spring of 2001 and aged on the 3rd & 4th floors of warehouses M & P. Nose: Anise, dried fruit, caramel, brown sugar, malt, chocolate, corn syrupy, cola, liquor… read more

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  • W.L. Weller 12 Year old - Best when oxidized

    By masterj on 22nd Nov 20132013-11-22T00:15:00


    I very much liked the 107 Weller so when I was in the market for something new to try I decided to go with the older expression of W. L. Weller and see if added time in wood would add more depth. However,… read more

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  • W. L. Weller William Larue Weller Bot. 2011 - Rich Wheat

    By Victor on 15th Nov 20132013-11-15T15:25:00


    The reviewed bottle has been open for 16 months, is 40% full, and has been preserved with inert gas for 1 year Colour: extremely dark, as dark as any whisk(e)y you will ever see, if you live to be 150… read more

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