Buffalo Trace Weller C.Y.P.B. Bourbon

Apr 3, 2018

Category: Vices

In congruence with a “customer is always right” philosophy, Buffalo Trace Distillery requested a bit of help from their loyal fanbase in the form of crafting an ideal bourbon. In doing so, they reworked the website accordingly and fielded opinions from more than 100,000 whiskey-drinkers. What resulted from those efforts is the Weller wheat bourbon you now see before you.

Aptly dubbed, Weller CYPB (shorthand for Craft Your Perfect Bourbon) the 95-proof wheat bourbon is now slated for production as part of a yearly special one-off release. However, just because this is a yearly release doesn’t mean CYPB will be readily available for the distillery plans on producing only a very limited quantity. Needless to say, it’s forecasted MSRP of $40 will certainly be much higher once the rare release hits the market this summer. Best stay up to date on this one to ensure a bottle of your very own.

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