Barrel #3378, Mashbill: 65% Corn, 20% Rye, 15% Malted
Willett 6 Year Bourbon - John Howie Steak Pick was tasted at Meeting No. 94 on September 16, 2020. Out of 5, we rated it exceptionally at 4.26. Willett 6 Year Bourbon - John Howie Steak Pick ranks 7th overall in Bourbon. Costing $200, this spirit is expensive, but well worth the high price tag.
Damn! Willett rye has been one my favorites, but this may surpass it with a little more sweetness but still maintains the earthiness and spice. So much flavor but still has balance.
Simply delicious! Depth and character abound in this awesome pour!
Fantastic. I need a bottle to get me to Election Day, and perhaps many more after.
Added a couple of drops of water and this opened up like a rosebud. Beautiful aromas, almost floral. A slight bitter finish. Delicious overall.
Black licorice prior to adding water. Attention to my nose, like wasabi but right up until the burn then it subsides. A full-face experience.
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