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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