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Woodford Reserve Bourbon Distillers Select

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 95 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
This is an elegant style of bourbon with bright aromas of citrus peel, star anise, and seared wood. The palate has freshness and picks up more fruit tones of maraschino cherry and milk chocolate. A bit of wood smoke appears on the dry, fresh finish. (Finalist)
Rated 93 by Wine Enthusiast
Look for a gorgeous copper hue with orange highlights, a butterscotch-like aroma and soft feel. This Bourbon offers lots of fruit on the palate—orange, apricot, tropical fruit—that finish long, with caramel and a bracing burnt-orange peel note.

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Country: United States

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