Bourbon has been a part of American culture since the late 18th century, when poor farmers in Maryland and Pennsylvania began distilling their excess grain crops. These distillers gradually migrated to Kentucky, which is now the spiritual home of Bourbon. Read More »
Released in 2005, this was the first bottling of William Larue Weller, the cask strength wheated bourbon representative in Buffalo Trace's multi-award-winning Antique Collection. A truly marvellous whisky that scored 92 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible, this is a very big dram that needs a little time in the glass to really open up.