Willett 6 Year Single Barrel Cask Strength Bourbon 750ml

SKU #1050796

The Willet family is a recognized name in American whiskey because they are hands on, family owned, and small production. While their older aged whiskies are wonderful, their six year old should not be overlooked. The grain flavors really show through and the spice is just right with the softening influence or the barrel. This is a super high quality young bourbon that makes other ten and fifteen year blends look foolish. For true bourbon afficionados.

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By: Mahon McGrath |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 9/30/2010  | Send Email
The Willett 6 year is the infant of the Willett offerings we stock, but it is a big boy. At over 60% abv, this takes a healthy splash of water or a few ice cubes to bring it down into less challenging terrain. Once thatís accomplished, it softens nicely and the overall impression is of lush, sweet fruit, particularly peach, but also with a slightly woodsy, cherry dimension. That last combines with the vanilla, cinnamon and brown sugar notes to create an impression almost of cherry pie with a long, supple finish. Attractive stuff!

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Varietal:

Bourbon

Country:

United States

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Kentucky