Willet is interesting, they are finishing, or just finished their own distillery, but in the meantime they have been buying great barrels. How old is the one you got? Do you have any more information the Copper Pick Rye? Also, which BT Experimental did you get?
The Calypso was aged for 12 years in white oak, the label says distilled on March 26, 1996, it must have been floating around the warehouse of my Bourbon guy for a couple of extra years. It's 115.6 proof, non-chill filtered, really looking forward to cracking this open, but I've got a few other bottles that I've got to get to first.
It's Copper Fox Rye, not Copper Pick, sorry for the crappy photos. Distilled by the Copper Fox Distillery in Sperryville VA the makers of Wasmund's Single Malt Whisky. Mashbill is 2/3 rye and 1/3 hand malted barely, the same barley they use in the Wasmund's. Double pot stilled then aged 14 months in used bourbon barrels using the same applewood and oak chips that were used to malt the barley. This particular batch was aged using 60% applewood chips and 40% oak. Non-chill filtered but it's only 90 proof. I wasn't expecting much from it when I picked it up, but all the reviews I've read indicate that it is actually quite nice. We'll see, I'm thinking about opening it tonight. If its any good I'll probably take a day trip down to the distillery for a visit.
As for the BT Experimental it's the 1993 Double Barreled.