Willett's Pot Still Reserve 1.75l Whiskey

American Whiskey • 175cl • 47%
Product details
Willett's Pot Still Reserve 1.75l
Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Willett Distillery
Style Bourbon Whiskey

Willett's Pot Still 1.75l

Willett's Pot Still Reserve is a massively popular bourbon from Kentucky Bourbon Distillers. If you're a big fan, why not get a big bottle of it? This right here is a 1.75 litre bottling of the wonderful Willett's, presented in a bottle shaped like a pot still!

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Reviews for Willett's Pot Still Reserve 1.75l
Not worth the money paid for
Big overpriced bottle with a exquisite taste that not many people appreciate
Beautiful bottle/jar not worth the money
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
The bourbon matches the bottle!
It's rare to get a novelty bottle, let alone a huge one, that contains mash worth drinking, let alone paying for. YOU know what I mean. A funny-shaped bottle can hide all sorts of garbage in plain sight. This is one heck of an exception. The taste is pretty darned unique and you'll like it or you won't, but it's definitely one for the bar in any home that values keeping an array of bourbons - it sure is memorable.

Did I mention the bottle is worth the price alone if you want an imposingly garish still pot decanter?
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
excellent bourbon at an excellent price
i can say without any doubt that this stuff is wonderful i can thoroughly recommend
anthony , United Kingdom
3 years ago
I thonk I would love this.
I would like to taste before I buy and if it's to my liking I would certainly buy some.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Top shelf Bourbon at mid-shelf price........
Rowan Creek has been my Nō1 until now! Not realising willetts is from the same distillery, I tried a few yesterday. I now have a new Nō1 and at a good price. The bottle is also great!
trevor g , United Kingdom
5 years ago
This ain't no rot gut sir
There is a special place between enhancing the flavors and covering them up. It is hard to do. This bourbon is sitting in that special place. It's like Americanized Italian food compared to Italian: Here in America we tend to add so many "Italian" herbs and spices that we cover up the natural flavors, or we add too little and it is bland. Simplicity with the correct amount and the right parings and it is a spiritual experience.
Master of Malt Customer
8 years ago
Mr Andersson
Big Size whith small taste...
Master of Malt Customer
8 years ago