Limited to 6,000 bottles, this expression pays tribute to William McCoy's bootlegging career. The single blend of 12-year-old rums that were aged in American ex-bourbon and virgin white oak casks is bottled at 100 proof and marks the 100th anniversary of Prohibition. Tasting Notes: The nose has aromas of pipe tobacco, charred oak, fruit, and earthy undertones. Wood, honey, vanilla, nutmeg, and a touch of spice with black pepper are on the palate. The finish is reminiscent of bourbon with lingering notes.