High West Valley Tan was originally made with a predominately oat mash bill but was switched to a majority wheat mash bill by edition 3, also including oat and malted barley. The move was based on a historical reference from explorer Sir Richard Burton to Utah whiskey made from wheat. It's distilled by High West themselves, as opposed to their sourced expressions. Non-chill-filtered, with no additives or flavorings, it's bottled at 43.5% ABV, and is a blend of whiskeys between one and six years old. Limited availability.