W. L. WELLER Special Reserve Bourbon
W. L. WELLER Special Reserve Bourbon . This pack contains 1 bottle of the W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon and Antique 107 Bourbon. Handpicked and bottled one barrel at a time, Weller’s original ‘wheated’ bourbon lines boast a subtlely smooth sip and make a fine addition to any connoisseur’s collection. With a refined and robust flavor, Weller bourbons are close relatives of the acclaimed Van Winkle range and bring forth the same class and complexity. This pack is ideal as a gift for a bourbon fanatic or anyone with a passion for fine Kentucky whiskey.
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. W. L. WELLER Special Reserve & Antique 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.
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.
FEATURES Weller Special Reserve 750ml:
🥃 Smooth Taste: Weller Special Reserve Total Wine is smooth and mellow, making it a great choice for those who prefer a softer whiskey.
🥃 Unique Blend: This bourbon is made with a unique blend of wheat, corn, and malt, giving it a distinct flavor.
🥃 Kentucky Bourbon: W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon is made in Kentucky, the home of some of the world’s best bourbons.
– 750 ml bottle
– 40% ABV
– Made in Kentucky
HOW IT WORKS:
W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon is made from a unique blend of wheat, corn, and malt, and is then aged in charred oak barrels. The whiskey is then bottled and sold in 750 ml bottles.
Q: What is the ABV of W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon?
A: W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon has an ABV of 40%.
Q: Where is W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon made?
A: W. L. Weller Special Reserve Bourbon is made in Kentucky.