Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Rye
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Woodford Reserve Double Oaked
Woodford Reserve Double Oaked is an innovative approach to twice-barreled bourbon that creates a rich and colorful flavor unlike any other bourbon in the market. Starting with Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, which is matured in handcrafted new white oak barrels; the bourbon is then uniquely matured for a second time in another new barrel. The second barrel is deeply toasted before a light charring, creating the unique flavors of Woodford Reserve Double Oaked - a smooth, full-bodied bourbon with a long, rich finish.
Woodford Reserve Kentucky Bourbon
The mashbill for Woodford Reserve features a high percentage of rye: 72% corn, 18% rye and 10% malt. Unusual also for being triple distilled and having the lowest proof upon entering the barrel where it matures for at least six years. A must have Kentucky bourbon. Makes a wonderful Old-Fashioned cocktail!
Woodford Reserve Master's Collection - 1838 Style White Corn
Woodford Reserve's annual “Master's Collection” release is produced in honor of Woodford's early 1800s distillery owner Oscar Pepper and master distiller James Crow. Its 1838 Style White Corn, the tenth release in the series, replaces the typical yellow corn used for bourbon with a white corn, along with other grains.
Woodford Reserve Master's Collection - Sonoma-Cutrer Finish
From the brilliant Woodford Reserve Master's Collection comes a Sonoma-Cutrer Pinot Noir finished bourbon! A previous release from the series experimented with a Sonoma-Cutrer Winery Chardonnay cask finish, and it proved rather popular indeed, so expect big, delicious things from this one...
Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Woodford Reserve is a brand of straight Bourbon whiskey from Kentucky, USA. It is a small-batch Bourbon whiskey, distilled on-site at the distillery that began operations over two centuries ago in 1812. The official Bourbon whiskey of the Kentucky Derby, Woodford Reserve is an extremely well-rated straight Bourbon among experts and whisky enthusiasts, and the brand has also done well at whisky tasting competitions.
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HEALTH BENEFITS OF WHISKY
An Irish man once said, “What whisky will not cure, there is no cure for.” Of course, the world has since found out that he was quite right. Over the years, many researchers have found out that this liquid sunshine contains a plethora of health benefits. But, what has today become a drink for the affluent class was once upon a time enjoyed by the cowboys and construction workers, and was even used as an antiseptic on battlefields. What’s even more surprising is that in the 1920s, whiskey was considered as medicine and sold in pharmacies as a tonic. Intriguing, right? So, whether you like to sip on a tiny glass of Jim Beam Whiskey, or prefer to enjoy your Jack Daniel’s Whiskey on the rocks, know that every drop of this fine drink is helping your body in some way or another.
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Barclays is a brand by JG Distillers Group (founded by Colin Barclay in 1991) in East Kilbride, Scotland. They export single malt, blended malt and blended whisky to 40 different markets overseas and are expanding, according to this story by Daily Record. Barclays Extra Special Blended Scotch Whisky is one of their best selling products, along with brands such as Highland Chief and McIvor.
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Ballantine's Purity / Signature Scotch
A rare and highly desirable limited edition release from Ballantine's. A blended malt whisky that was originally only available in Travel Retail, it's presented in a rather elegant teardrop shaped decanter. Its unique packaging reflects Scotland's purest ingredients. Its rare bottling provides whisky lovers with the ultimate gift for themselves or those they hold in esteem. The heritage of Ballantine's Scotch whisky can be traced back to the year 1827, when George Ballantine began supplying a selected range of Scotch whiskies to a distinguished clientele from a grocery store in Edinburgh. By 1869 George had expanded his business into Glasgow with his two sons. Trading now as 'George Ballantine & Son', his business started to export blended whisky to a worldwide market and fast became synonymous with high quality, smooth blended whiskies. In 1895 Queen Victoria awarded George Ballantine & Son a Royal Warrant - the ultimate endorsement of the company's prestigious reputation. In 1910 Ballantine's Finest was developed and became the company's primary export. The 1930’s brought the development of Ballantine's 30 Year Old and the brand enjoyed substantial export growth in the key international markets of the US, Europe and Asia. In 1938 the company received its Grant of Heraldic Arms, recognising George Ballantine & Son as an ‘incorporation noble on the Noblesse of Scotland'. This crest appears on every bottle of Ballantine's Scotch whisky to this day, featuring the Scottish flag and the four essential elements of whisky making - barley, water, a pot still and an oak cask. True to George Ballantine’s vision of creating whisky of the highest quality, Ballantine’s unique, elegant style is balanced and smooth, containing a complex blend of single malts and grain whiskies from the four renowned whisky regions of Scotland – Speyside, Highlands, Islay and the Lowlands.