Woodford Reserve Bourbon Masters Collection Double Oaked  750ml
SKU 771217

Woodford Reserve Bourbon Masters Collection Double Oaked

Woodford Reserve - Kentucky - United States

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Rated 95 by Decanter
Bronze/ochre color is pretty. Notes of white pepper, parsley, cardamom, cola nut, jasmine highlight the early aroma which then turns toastier, roasted in the latter stages. Flavor impact is immediate in the forms of deep oak resins, maple syrup, vanilla bean. Aftertaste is long, oily, buttery, semisweet. (Ultimate Beverage Challenge)
Rated 93 by Wine Enthusiast
For a warm and comforting sipper on a chilly evening, this is a fine way to go. This honey-hued Bourbon has a big, powerful, sweet caramel aroma, and a rich mix of buttery, oaky and toasty flavors. Consider it as a dessert pairing.
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Winery: Woodford Reserve

Country: United States

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