Willett Pot Still Bourbon Whiskey
$42.99

Willett Pot Still Bourbon Whiskey

No-joke small batch gNo-joke, small batch glory. From a single barrel 8 to 10 years-old. On the nose, notes of honey, butterscotch, and some char. Smooth and creamy with mild butterscotch, with some sweet cherry and citrus tartness before fading into a long, lingering, oaky finish. Highly Recommended, Old gold/Palo Cortado sherry color; unblemished purity. Intensely grainy in the first inhalation after the pour; eight more minutes in glass allows for a baked banana-like aroma to emerge that goes well with the corn graininess. Entry is subdued, cornbread-like, and buttery; mid-palate grows in richness as the taste profile remains creamy and buttery but now turns a touch woody/oaky/resiny as well. Ends on a medium-long, creamy note that's more semisweet than full-out sweet. Complex and understated. F. Paul Pacult, Spirit Journalllory. ****Highly Recommended, F. Paul Pacult (Spirit Journal): Old gold/Palo Cortado sherry color; unblemished purity. Intensely grainy in the first inhalation after the pour; eight more minutes in glass alloWine Spectatorfor a baked banana-like aroma to emerge that goes well with the corn graininess. Entry is subdued, cornbread-like, and buttery; mid-palate groWine Spectatorin richness as the taste profile remains creamy and buttery but now turns a touch woody/oaky/resiny as well. Ends on a medium-long, creamy note that's more semisweet than full-out sweet. Complex and understated. (Mar 2011) From a single barrel 8 to 10 years old, and bottled in a pot still decanter replicated from the pot still used by the distiller. On the nose, there are notes of honey, butterscotch, and some char. Smooth and creamy sensations of mild butterscotch and char, with some sweet cherry and citrus tartness before fading into a long, lingering, oaky finish.