Size: 750 ml
Proof: 96 to 114
Created: Buffalo Trace Distillery
Included In This Collection: W.L. Weller C.Y.P.B. Bourbon, Full Proof & Single Barrel Bundle
- 2019 Silver Medal - New York World Spirits Competition
- 2019 Gold Medal - Whiskies Of The World
- 2019 Double Gold Medal - North American Bourbon & Whiskey Competition
W.L. Weller C.Y.P.B. Bourbon is a unique bourbon created by bourbon connoisseurs who were invited to "Craft your perfect bourbon. Finally, after many opinions, this recipe was created. It is aged for eight years on the highest floors of Buffalo Trace Distillery. This splendid blend is crafted from Mash Bill #2, like other great blends such as Pappy Van Winkle, Blanton's, William Larue, and Elmer T. Lee. It is a sour mash bill of corn, malted barley, and extra rye. This bourbon is smooth and rich with the dominant aromas of light citrus and oak on the nose. The palate is well-rounded and balanced, with a medium-long finish and slight hints of vanilla.
W.L. Weller Full Proof Bourbon is a non-chill filtered whiskey created to commemorate the man who made wheated bourbon iconic. It is bottled at 114 proof at Buffalo Trace Distillery. This splendid blend is crafted from Mash Bill #2, like other great blends such as Pappy Van Winkle, Blanton's, William Larue, and Elmer T. Lee. It is a sour mash of corn, malted barley, and extra rye. This bourbon is rich and smooth with distinctive notes of vanilla, dark cherries, and caramel. On the palate, there is a balance of caramel and toasted oak. The finish of this bourbon is said to be long, with notes of crème Brûlée and chocolate.
W.L. Weller Single Barrel Bourbon is a special release, single-barrel wheated bourbon. It is part of a highly coveted series of bourbons named after William Larue Weller, to commemorate his family's legacy. It is aged 6-7 years and is bottled at the award-winning Buffalo Trace Distillery. This splendid blend is crafted from Mash Bill #2, like other great blends such as Pappy Van Winkle, Blanton's, William Larue, and Elmer T. Lee. It is a sour mash of corn, malted barley, and extra rye. This bourbon is bold with distinctive grainy notes, dominated by oak and leather. On the palate, you'll notice bright notes of cinnamon and raspberry mingled with butterscotch, and a soft woody finish.
W.L. Weller C.Y.P.B. Bourbon, Full Proof & Single Barrel Bundle is a unique spirit that was created A few years ago when whiskey drinkers were asked to "Craft Your Perfect Bourbon" (C.Y.P.B.) online by visiting www.yourperfectbourbon.com and choosing their ideal bourbon recipe, proof, warehouse location, and age. Thousands chose wheated bourbon, just like William Larue Weller, and created this wheated bourbon recipe, which is aged on the highest warehouse floors for eight years and bottled at 95 proof. It is part of a series of bourbons named to commemorate The Wellers. The Wellers established their roots in the 1740s as distillers. His family settled in Kentucky in the late 18th century, where his grandfather, Daniel Weller, purchased a distillery in Nelson County. After serving in the Mexican-American war, William Larue Weller returned home to his native Kentucky where he joined the family business and began working at his grandfather's distillery, as a wholesale whisky salesman. William Larue Weller and his knowledge evolved the whiskey into what the great brand is today. Weller had a great palate and in 1849, he introduced the first bourbon that used wheat as a secondary grain instead of rye. Wheated bourbons like Pappy Van Winkle, Larceny Bourbon, and W.L. Weller's have a softer and more gentle flavor and a slightly sweeter taste. Weller's bourbon was incredibly popular and ultimately forced him to place a green thumbprint on his invoices, and barrels as a certification of authenticity. Pappy began working at W.L. Weller & Sons in 1893 as a traveling whiskey salesman and eventually became the President of Stitzel-Weller Distillery. After W.L. Weller’s passing in 1899, Pappy and his co-worker Alex Farnsley purchased the company in 1908. George Weller, William’s oldest son was President of the company until it became Stitzel-Weller Distillery. This distillery opened on Derby Day of 1935. Buffalo Trace bought the W.L. Weller brand in 1999 and has been making the bourbon with nearly the same recipe ever since.
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