In the world of bourbon, many people who've been involved in some higher end whiskey knows of Willett Distillery due to their gift shop releases of Willett Family Estate Bourbon and Willett Family Estate Rye, both of which are sourced from another distillery, nonetheless, have the Willett name attached them. Willett is less known for a couple of their other offerings due to not directly stating Willett Distillery on the bottle. One of those offerings is Rowan's Creek, which
Johnny Drum has an interesting history, having originally started back in the 1960s from Thompson Willett at the Willettt distillery. It was originally bottled exclusively for a wholesaler in California. While the current Johnny Drum is different from the original, it still has a storied past, which makes this bourbon worth consuming. Currently there are three different types of Johnny Drum: - Green Label - Low Shelf; 80 proof. - Black Label - Mid Shelf; 86 proof.