Noah's Mill is a wonderful blockbuster creation of the Willet Distillery, a small batch and rare sort of Bourbon. It pays homage to early pioneers of Kentucky after the Revolutionary War who began distilling excess corn into precious Bourbon. Noah's Mill marries different Bourbons into a holy matrimony of balanced and unparalleled depth and complexity. Sure, fancy words thrown around, but you'll know what we mean when you try it.
Casks of Bourbon are let alone for two decades before they're bottled at 114 proof in small batches. This rare treasure is blowing people's minds as it's smooth without an afterbite despite having a beasty proof. Exceptional spicy flavors mingle with sweet and creamy aromas and it's no surprise this Small Batch won the Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2012 and it impressed Jim Murray so much, he gave it 93 points. High-class sorcery this is.
It's a good bourbon. Why is it $62 on here I can find it for $45 other places?
If you like Willett Pot Still you’re gonna love this one. I would never refuse a glass.
Exceptional out of a Norlan glass.
Very solid Bourbon, strong cinnamon flavor with a slight taste of sweetness & mint. Very nice finish, I’d recommend it
Smooth, warm, a hint of caramel. What’s not to love
First time I had Noah's Mill was about 8 years ago. Liked very then, like it very much now.
an excellent sweet tasting sour mash.
Very smooth , surprisingly for the proof. Loved it.
Not a fan.
I really like this one after drinking a few out of it. Like most high proof bourbons it can be a little hot to start with but put it in a solo cup and slosh it around and let it sit for a few minutes (you really have to air it out-works with any bourbon esp Bookers). If you can get it at the kentucky price of about $42 then it is a great deal. At 55-60 i would rather get Belle Meade Cask strength most of the time.
Good intel on pricing - had no idea there was a cask strength- I may just have to go to Kentucky to find it...
Hot initial burn with a very strong cinnamon after taste. A bit of water helps to reduce the fire, but it's still a hot bourbon. Like others have posted, I selected Noah's Mill because of the 8.4 rating. It is enjoyable, just be ready for what you're getting!
Liked how smoothly it goes down
Chose this based on ratings of 8.4/10, hoping for something special and was let down hard. A little H2O helps but will not be buying again.
Very smooth for the proof, have enjoyed it very much .
Too strong on the cinnamon but otherwise has a good nose and proof.
Thoroughly enjoying my first classy bourbon. I prefer the initial sip and aroma that fills the mouth. The finish is a little bit drier than what I like. However the flavor profile brings the stars up. Definitely worth a buy.
Very strong bourbon. Good taste. Must sip slowly
Definitely has a warmer finish the ABV for me was too high. It was something I wanted to try. My brother-in-law loved it.
When you first smell it, you can tell it's got a higher ABV. To me it's still smooth with the right amount of sweet and spice. Defenitely has a warmer finish. Really good bourbon!
Rich, warm, a little sweet, and smooth for its ABV. Finish may be on the punchy side for some, but I happen to love it. Highly recommend!
Very smooth, amazing tasting notes. I would highly recommend this to anyone.
I Like it, smells great and taste good too. On the back end, it's a little too dry for me but it's got a good flavor.
Great Bourbon but not one of my favorites. First nose is all alcohol. Big spice on first sip with a burn on the back end. Opens up after a couple of sips (didn't add water). Got a lot of caramel and vanilla once it eased out.
Solid whiskey for this price range. Smooth drinking and would definitely purchase again.
Great flavor, but a little too dry-feeling for my tastes
Great flavors, cinnamon and spices prevalent but another alcohol forward drink, best for certain moods when you want to feel that bite in your chest.
Solid bourbon. Higher ABV but good Carmel, and butterscotch notes as well as slight vanilla
One of my favorites. Strong but smooth. Great for the price.
Smooth and sweet.
Overpowering taste of butter and leather
A little water opened it up. Very easy to drink.I was a little leafy at first,but was quickly overcome. Will definatly but again
Spicy, yet surprisingly smooth for the proof. It's a tasty dichotomy.
Spicy, interesting nose. Water opened it up. Sweet rye finish
It is just a great drink! Spicy neat, smooth with a little ice!
Meh with a medicinal after taste
The reputation of this bottle is well-deserved, coming from the Willet pedigree it's no surprise, but legitimately smooth despite the proof. The nose and first sip knock you on your rear, only to let you down easy with all the sweet dessert notes of a bourbon. If you can find a bottle, savor it!
Sour and just not great
Tried this on the Willet tour, full of flavor. We all agreed it was the best one tasted on the bourbon trail.
I'm not a fan of oak, so that ruins what would otherwise be a very good bourbon. The spicy notes are nice, but in the end, the oak overpowers for me.
Incredibly unique bourbon. It smells like 114 proof but it goes down soo smooth with very little burn. It is kind of a conundrum, intriguing to say the least. Very good, complex high proof.
Nose: rye spice, alcohol, slight leather
Taste: caramel sweetness gives way to spicyness, strong rye finish
One of my favorite low cost bourbons
Great bourbon with a bite.
Very awesome Bourbon. You tasted the oak barrel right from the start, then like a cherry/pomegranate fruity taste kicked in. After that come a citrusy burnt orange and the melts into a caramel then to a red licorice finish. Gotta say I love it. Heard of it from a Whisky group I was just in and had to try it. It was worth it.
Good but a little boring
My favorite all time, too bad I have to drive 2 states over to get it.
One of my go to bourbons. I always enjoy it. It can be hard to find in my area, so if I see a bottle I buy it. It is a very worthwhile buy.
Actually one of my top bourbons. Very complex and friendly. Tons of flavor and you know it is a higher proof bourbon, but it is still friendly.
One of my favorite higher proof bourbons. Really can’t go wrong with this one.
A very delicious bourbon. It’s strong but sweet and great for sipping.
A very good bourbon just not my preferred flavor profile. Good spice comes with that proof level, just not enough of the sweetness I prefer (and softness. I think it could use a little wheat in the mash bill.) Good bourbon though, worth the buy!
Not as much flavor as I was hoping for, was wanting a a touch of either honey or Carmel flavor.
If you like woody/nutty higher proof bourbons that fit the long, deep finish category, you can't go wrong with this one. Simply a classic.
Hands down the best bourbon I've had. Equal parts smooth, peppery, and punchy. Goes great with a large cube of ice. My home always has a bottle.
Best when aerated first. It really opens it up and smooths the bourbon out.
Strong, rich flavor profile, with toffee and caramel dominating the palate. Exceptionally smooth, especially for the proof. My personal favorite!!!
High Alcohol, yet still smooth, notes of caramel
One of Willett Distillery's best offerings. Don't be afraid to branch it; at ~114 proof, you'll be glad you did.
Great bourbon. Add some water to mellow it out and bring out the complexity.
Very smooth start and finish. Love this burbon. It is not to expensive, but taste like it should be. Great with a cube of ice. Has a lot of different flavors you can taste.
Sharp, but good. Nice toffee-ish flavor, cut with water.
Subtle initially with Smooth finish.
This is my favorite. A little sharp at 114.3 proof. But well worth it.