W. L. Weller Special Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 375ml
W.L Weller Special Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is one of the most coveted wheat bourbons available. This wonderfully balanced bourbon whiskey is exceptionally smooth, offering delicately filtered notes of butterscotch and honey, bottled at 90 proof. Rich amber in color, Weller Special Reserve rewards the taster with strong, silky flavors of honey, citrus, and aged oak. Best sipped straight, this liquid ember will warm your belly, giving you a defined whiskey experience as well as being an excellent wheat-based substitute for the original rye grain recipe. W.L Weller created their Special Reserve Kentucky Straight to appeal to the eye and the mouth and they certainly didn't miss the mark. Honeysuckle and delicate woodiness sow a wonderland of flavor that beckons you to meander through Weller’s Kentucky whiskey wilderness.
One of Kentucky's oldest whiskey producers, Weller Bourbon was created by WL Weller and Stitzel-Weller Distilling Company
alongside other famous brands like Old Rip Van Winkle. Today, like its counterpart Pappy, Weller Bourbon is produced at
Buffalo Trace Distillery and remains true to the heritage and history behind the brand, producing immaculate 'wheated'
bourbons - whereby the secondary grain in the mash bill is wheat rather than rye. The result is an undeniably smooth and
exceptionally complex tasting experience that makes Weller whiskeys some of the most celebrated and coveted in circulation.
With a catalog that caters to connoisseurs of all types and entry levels, it has become a household name for good reason and is
a must-have for every complete collection. The Weller bourbon lineup spans from the Weller Special Reserve Green label,
Weller Antique 107 Red Label, Weller 12 Year Old Black Label, Weller Full Proof Blue Label, Weller CYPB White Label, all the
way up to the Weller Single Barrel Brown Label. Outside of the typical catalog, William Larue Weller (part of the BTAC Buffalo
Trace Antique Collection) is also a fixture in the broader Weller bourbon umbrella.