Weller 12 is what came to mind but the 107's no slouch either.
I'm becoming extremely partial to both, mixed at 1:1.
Weller 107 seasoned with some 12, enough to bring it down to 100 proof, sounds very good too.
Last edited by p_elliott; 02-11-2013 at 13:14.
[Liberty Valance lays shot in the street]
(Dr) "Quick whiskey!"
[ Dr drinks from whiskey bottle, kicks over Liberty Valance]
(Dr) "He's Dead"
"90 PROOF" with a picture of BT.
Perhaps b/c it is the BT page, they don't and won't refer to the Weller wheated bourbons, but that is the logical distinction for the distillery to point out--wheated bourbons of greater age and proof than MM, at a better price (that most of us here would also say taste better than MM).
Anyway, the whole thing is pretty interesting, and will be more interesting to see how it plays out in the short and long term.
Larceny posted a similar one, with a picture of the bottle with "92 Proof".
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Trying to steal the attention?