Willett Pot Still Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Willett Pot Still Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey is a premium bourbon whiskey produced by the Willett Distillery, a family-owned and operated distillery located in Bardstown, Kentucky. The distillery was established in 1935 and has been producing high-quality bourbon ever since.
The Willett Pot Still Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey is named after the copper pot stills that are used to distill the whiskey. These stills are made of copper, which is believed to impart a unique flavor and character to the bourbon. The whiskey is made from a mash bill of corn, rye, and barley and is aged for a minimum of four years in charred oak barrels.
One of the unique aspects of the Willett Pot Still Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey is its high proof. This gives the whiskey a richer and more complex flavor profile, with notes of vanilla, caramel, and oak.
The Willett Pot Still Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey is also known for its distinctive bottle design. The bottle is shaped like a pot still, with a bulbous base that tapers up to a narrow neck. The label on the bottle features the Willett family crest, which includes a pot still and the motto "The Price of Perfection."
Nose: "vanilla lemon cake." The palate is a balance of caramel, vanilla, spices and citrus.
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