This is the William Larue Weller from the 2010 Buffalo Trace Antique Collection release. It’s NAS and bottled at 63.3% ABV.
Nose: Black cherries, dark chocolate and airy wheat. Freshly sawn oak staves with a bit of caramel.
Palate: Heat is pretty strong with wheat up front before buttered popcorn and salted caramel appear.
Finish: Heat lingers with cherry and wheat.
Rating: 92/100 – One of my favorite WLW releases and one viewed as one of the top three by a lot of people in the bourbon community.
Value for the money: As with all BTAC, the secondary prices are insane – close to $600 for this one most likely. I would never pay that for this bourbon personally.