Weller Single Barrel Bourbon
A rosy copper. Shiny as a liquid can be without being viscous. More on the gold-to-green spectrum of copper than reddish-fire copper. In the glass, it is fragrant, like stumbling into that first cup of coffee. But it doesn’t smell like coffee, it smells like its rhyming twin, toffee. Vanilla, browned butter, in addition to cherries, but mixed with creamy sweetness, like cherry vanilla ice cream. On the palate it’s less cherry vanilla ice cream and more savory, with wintergreen on the front and a bit of fire on the back.