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Woodford Reserve Whiskey 

The word "more" can characterize the Woodford whiskey distillery

It is the oldest, smallest and most patient of the nine distilleries in Kentucky today. Woodford Reserve (formerly Labrot & Graham) is located in Versailles, Kentucky. The water is very chalky and brings a very particular style to this bourbon. The distillery dates back to at l...

The word "more" can characterize the Woodford whiskey distillery

It is the oldest, smallest and most patient of the nine distilleries in Kentucky today. Woodford Reserve (formerly Labrot & Graham) is located in Versailles, Kentucky. The water is very chalky and brings a very particular style to this bourbon. The distillery dates back to at least 1812, and its aging cellars, built in stone (which is unique in Kentucky) are over a century old.

What sets Woodford whiskey apart from other whiskeys

Woodford Reserve differs from other distilleries because the fermentation tanks (first stage of development) are made of cypress (and not pine as usual), a wood chosen for its neutrality in the processing of corn, rye and malted barley. The other point of singularity is the stills. Indeed, it is sufficiently specific to mention it, Woodford Reserve practices triple distillation (as in Ireland) in three different copper pot stills, coming from Scotland, and with a capacity of 9,500 liters.

Aging in burnt barrels takes place, after reduction, in stone cellars that maintain a constant temperature. The Woodford Reserve is the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby and the Breeder’s Cup. This brand belongs to the Brown Foreman group, which also owns Early Times

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