admittedly, I use "let's" loosely as I haven't much to offer other than a desire to "look" at bourbon from a distinct/core flavor profile perspective (irrespective of brand, distillery, cost, etc) and the inclination to ask you folks about it. so, what do you think, is attempting to catalog the core and truly unique profiles a worthy exercise? granted, at least technically, every expression (and even bottle in some circumstances) is unique, but that's not what I mean...

in my limited experience, for example, I'd say Elmer T Lee is uniquely flavored enough to warrant its own profile within the context of this discussion (though you folks can likely describe it better, I can taste it), as would the WLWeller line-up (but which one would be the definitive WLW profile, the one you'd say X tastes like this WLW such and such, but not the other way around).

anyone? Bueller?