None the less, I’ve gone through quite a few Woodford Reserves, so most of the whiskies were me going back over all the offerings in one place. However there was a special offering there that I hadn’t had yet, and thus it was review time.
Each year Woodford Reserve takes some of their standard whiskey, which is triple distilled, aged in barrels that were dried longer than the industry average, and fermented twice the industry average, and finish it in a different barrel, or change up one aspect of the mashbill, or change the barrel aging time, etc.
None the less, this year they brought out Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Brandy Cask Finish, which takes…
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