These American Whiskies are also slightly different from bourbon, made from a mashbill containing a minimum of 51% wheat. This technique results in sweet and less punchier whiskies.
Sonoma County Distilling Company produce the 2nd Chance Wheat by re-using the casks that matured their rye whiskey. The whiskey is distilled twice and uses a mash containing unmalted and malted wheat and a little Rye in the mix too.This is a little sweeter than their other two bottlings.
A gold award winning American wheat whiskey from the Bernheim distillery. Bottled at a minimum of 5 years old it boasts a chewy fruit character, with notes of fruitcake and toasted spice. It was also the first wheat whiskey to be released in United States.
Using predominantly wheat in the grain bill, the Woodford Reserve Wheat is a fruitier experience than their classic bourbon expression, offering notes of wood spice, bananas and vanilla on the nose, with spicy applesauce and toasted coconut on the palate. Bottled at 45.2% ABV.