W. L. Weller William Larue Weller 2010

Supreme Wheated Bourbon

Reviewed by
Connosr member:

Jason0142

Date:

8th May 2012

Reviewer rating:

90

About this score:

Tasting Notes by Jason0142

Nose: You can smell the wheat, like buttered wheat crackers, creamy and buttery corn, cooked vinilla, some burnt sugars and supermarket marshmallow's melted over a fire.

Palate: Big and Powerful (it is 63.% alc) but not too hot. Big notes of creamy vinilla, creamy latte, lovely note of buttery wheat crackers, piny and spicy notes.

Finish: Very long, cooked vinilla, buttery wheat crackers, some spices, prickly on the tongue and left my mouth watering, creamy.

I thought this was a fantastic bourbon, some other wheat heavy bourbons I've had have tasted a little too mellow for there own good. This problem does not present itself here, this is a powerful and robust whisky that would be a treat to bourbon fans everywhere. Great Stuff.

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Whisky details

Distillery/Brand:

W. L. Weller

Bottling:

William Larue Weller 2010

ABV:

63.3%

Colour:

Comments

PDD

PDD wrote:

sounds nice! I'm a fan of old(er) wheated bourbons. Must add this one to my list!

09 May 2012 05:04

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