Willett Pot Still Reserve




Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, Ltd.


Kentucky, United States



Alcohol by volume



Single Barrel

Willett Pot Still Reserve whiskey is a bourbon whiskey produced in Bardstown, Kentucky, United States by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, Ltd. (known as Willett Distilling Company prior to 1984). Introduced in 2008, it is a single barrel Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey with an 8-10 year aging, and is bottled at 47% alcohol by volume. Available in glass 750ml and 1-liter bottles, each bottle is sealed with a label identifying the total number of bottles produced from the aging barrel, the individual barrel number, and the production number of the bottle in the series the for that barrel. (example: "Bottle No. 83 of 242 from Single Barrel 112"). To date, the Kentucky Bourbon Distillers company continues to be identified on its product label as the Willett Distilling Company - the original name of the company until adopting its new name in 1984.



  • 2008 San Francisco World Spirits Competition:
In addition to receiving a gold medal for taste at this event, the decorative decanter for this particular K.B.D. offering won a double gold award for packaging design.


  • Willett Pot Still Reserve was given a "90" on a 100 point rating scale, earning an "outstanding" tag by Malt Advocate Magazine in their Q2 2008 issue (Vol. 17, #2).

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