Woodford Reserve Bourbon // Limited EDITION

The art of making fine bourbon first took place on the site of the Woodford Reserve Distillery, a National Historic Landmark, in 1812. You get that sense of history. The history of bourbon is the history of Kentucky, is the history of the United States.

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Barrel Specs.

Cask Number: Distillery’s Secret

Now serving his final life, this barrel has been used for making one of Kentucky’s finest bourbons : Woodford Reserve.

Woodford Reserve has been matured in new, charred, white oak barrels of their own making. The barrel is a key ingredient in the process, contributing flavour, complexity, and balance. That’s why they craft, toast, and char bourbon barrels at their very own cooperage. After filling, barrels age in their unique heat-cycled warehouses until mature.

Woodford Reserve

Of the Foggy Moss

The five sources of flavour

  1. Grain: Woodford Reserve is crafted from a grain recipe of 72pct corn, 18pct rye and 10pct malted barley. This recipe balances the sweetness of corn with the spice of rye, and the nuttiness of malt to build the base for the world’s most flavourful bourbon.
  2. The water: The water they use to craft Woodford Reserve comes directly from the distillery. it is naturally filtered by the limestone deposits under the property. Iron-free and mineral rich, it is a crucial ingredient in process.
  3. Fermentation: The fermentation process is among the longest in the industry. This extra time, paired with our unique yeast strain, creates a great depth of character and complex range of flavours.
  4. Distillation: The perfectly balanced flavour of Woodford Reserve comes from a careful batching process of whiskey distilled in pot stills and whiskey distilled in column stills. No other whiskey can boast such a flavour combination.
  5. Maturation: Woodford Reserve has been matured in new, charred, white oak barrels of their own making. The barrel is a key ingredient in the process, contributing flavour, complexity, and balance. That’s why they craft, toast, and char bourbon barrels at their very own cooperage. After filling, barrels age in their unique heat-cycled warehouses until mature.

 

 

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