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The Willetts moved to America in the late 1600s and settled in Maryland. Roughly 100 years later they moved to Nelson County, Kentucky, where John David Willett (b. 1841) became master distiller and one-third owner at Moore, Willett & Frenke Distillery. His descendants purchased farm on the outskirts of Bardstown in 1935 and moved operations there. From the early 1980s the company operated as Kentucky Bourbon Distillers and focused on bottling and distribution, distillation resumed in 2012. Willett Exploratory Cask Finished Whiskey was introduced in the fall of 2014. The first batch comprised rye whiskey sourced (most likely) from MGP Ingredients, Indiana and finished for 90 days in ex-Curaçao casks sourced from France. Only 6912 bottles were produced.
Nose: a jar of orange marmalade, dried rose petals, eucalyptus, agave syrup, touch of fennel, toasted rye bread and dash of white pepper.
Palate: herbal and medicinal with distinctive orangey notes, eucalyptus drops, chamomile tea, allspice, white pepper, toasted rye bread and touch of oak.
Finish: medium long, bitter orange marmalade, white pepper, oak and touch of mixed herbs.