Is Willett Bourbon hard to find?

Willett Pot Still Reserve is not a tremendously difficult bourbon to find, however due to its limited volume and arguably niche appeal it isn’t lining the shelves of every local liquor store like many bottles do.

Is Willett Bourbon rare?

Willett Family Estate Bottled Bourbon is a very unusual whiskey in many regards. The Bourbon label exists for the sole purpose of Willett family’s Private Barrel Selection program and is the only label of its kind in existence.

Can you buy Willett Bourbon in Ohio?

This product is available in: CA, CT, DC, IL, NH, NJ, NY, ND Unfortunately, we can’t ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.

What Bourbons does Costco have?

Costco’s original bourbon bottlings were sourced from Jim Beam and then George Dickel before ending up with Barton.

  • Kirkland Signature Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
  • Kirkland Signature, Single Barrel, Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
  • Kirkland Signature, Bottled-In-Bond, Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

What are the hardest Bourbons to find?

10 Rare, Hard-To-Find Bourbons

  • E.H.
  • Russell’s Reserve 1998 Bourbon.
  • Elijah Craig 23 Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon.
  • Old Forester 2008 Birthday Bourbon.
  • Four Roses Al Young 50th Anniversary Small Batch Bourbon.
  • Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve 23 Year.
  • Orphan Barrel Rhetoric 22-Year-Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon.

How long is Willett Bourbon aged?

Initially, Willett distillate (bourbon and rye) made its way into Willett Family Estate bottles as two, three, and four year old whiskeys. Now that Willett distillate has reached four years old, Willett released a Kentucky-only bottling of its bourbon as Old Bardstown Estate Bottled in Bond Bourbon.

Who makes Willett rye?

In the early 2010’s Willett started distilling their own whiskey on-site for the first time in over 30 years.

What bourbon is Kirkland?

Kirkland Signature Premium Small Batch Bourbon That’s because Costco’s bourbon is no longer from Kentucky—this is delicious Tennessee whiskey, and Goldfarb says it’s likely from George Dickel. The expert’s opinion: “It doesn’t taste all that much like Dickel—I don’t get that much spice on it,” he notes.