Noah"„¢s Mill was released as part of the Small Batch Boutique Bourbon Collection, along with Pure Kentucky, Rowan"„¢s Creek and Kentucky Vintage in the 1990s by Willett Distillery. You wouldn"„¢t know that if you looked at it, however, as neither Willett, nor the Kentucky are listed on the bottles labels, which instead credit Noah"„¢s Mill Distilling Company"„¢ as the producer.
Noah"„¢s Mill has proved to be an inspired release. The brand"„¢s quirky, rustic aesthetic, featuring conventional wine bottle shape and a label design that resembles an old fashioned, pencil-like drawing of a mill, stream and woodland has proved to be the ideal accompaniment to an exceptionally well made and balanced bourbon. When it was first released, Noah"„¢s Mill carried a 15-year age statement. However, with an increasing difficulty to source bourbon, the age statement was dropped and is now listed as being aged as until fully mature"„¢, although the blend of bourbons used are said to be aged between four and 20 years.
Regardless, it is still a reputable and sometimes difficult-to-find small batch bourbon that is regularly sought after by collectors and connoisseurs alike.