Larry told me it was not a wheated bourbon. My taste says the sample bottle I recieved tastes like a wheated bourbon made at Bernheim. I even compared it to last year's William LaRue Weller and found them quite similar. Now if Larry tells me it is not wheated, then I have to assume they made a mistake in the sample and bottled some Old Fitzgerald by mistake. Even so, It is damn good whiskey and like Tim I was more impressed with Parker when I thought he put his name on some wheated bourbon made by Ed Foote because it was damn good bourbon, not just because Parker made it.
"Our people live almost exclusively on whiskey" - E H Taylor, Jr. 25 April 1873