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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 45% ABV on their own , this marriage should be around 50% ABV. The bourbons have been blend together for 2 months. Nose is slightly oaky with cinnamon and seems to take the alcohol punch that comes with OWA on its own. Buttery mouthfeel and plenty of cinnamon, vanilla and oak. Where I find the Weller 12 to oaky and watery and the OWA to alcohol forward on their own. This blend tones down the rough edges and livens up the mouth feel. I did a side by side with my Old Rip Van Winkle 10yr and this blend and they were very similar. Overall a great blend of 2 affordable and attainable bourbons at $25 for Weller 12 and $21 for OWA. Have some fun and mix up the % of the blend and time they sit in decanter before you consume. It has become one of my favorites and is always in my bar.