Liquid Gold Award - 2014
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
What's in a name? Willett's Pot Still Single Barrel whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Willett's Pot Still Single Barrel whisky, rather than whiskey.
This bourbon is ok. It's clean tasting with some spicy pepper and fruits on the palate. Enjoy it neat. I'm not that impressed, but that's my taste. You may have a different take on it.
4th July 2014
I enjoy this fine bourbon regularly.
9th April 2014
This is a beautifully packaged bourbon and it tastes amazing. I get this at my local for $35 which is a great price for this wonderful drink.
13th September 2013
A very complex bourbon which seems to have a chameleon character with varied notes. There was a slight medicinal note which I didn't care for. Overall very good.
17th December 2011
Just A little ice brings this Bourbon to life. Every sip feels like a special ocasion.
9th February 2011
Willett in its Pot Still shaped bottle tastes better than Honey Dew Vine Water and has a smooth showy Bourbon taste with sneaky high proof results.
Enjoy with family or a friend.
5th January 2011
Willett's Single Barrel is a treat. Complex flavors and a unique smooth finish. If you're new to KY bourbon, this one is a good standard to educate your palate with. Worth every penny.
25th June 2010