I'll buy it, of course. I like Bernheim enough, and so far, so great with the PHC line. And who wouldn't be curious about a cask-strength release of Bernheim? But like everyone else here, I've yet to taste a wheat whiskey that really impressed me, and I've had far too many disappoint. Masterson's wheat was a huge letdown (after the strength of their rye). Same with the craft wheats -- Dry Fly, Wigle, etc.
"Unless it survived a tornado, weathered a snow storm in Scotland, and then spent a year on boat before returning home, I'm not really interested."
Not sure how I feel about this one... I can't really imagine what regular Bernheim would taste like at barrel proof, so I think it would be interesting if they went that route. I'm guessing it will fall in the 96-100 proof range though.
"Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey is barely enough." - Mark Twain
"Because Whiskey Matters!" - David Perkins