Woodford Reserve Bourbon

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  • falconeddystudiosmsncom2369942 posted 11 months ago

    You know, I've never been a big 'whiskey' enthusiast. Then I discovered Woodford Reserve Bourbon with its smooth and nearly unending layers of flavor. Neat reveals one set, on the rock reveals something quite different, and a splash of water offers up an entirely new palate to enjoy. I wish I had found this years ago.

  • dorothy spooner posted 3 years ago

    Woodford Reserve Bourbon, is my number 1 drink, its smooth, goes down well, my 5 sisters all drink it, i have try a few bourbons and woodford u can't beat it, i'll recommend this bourbon to anyone that drinks bourbon and my son is coming from Aussie, hes picking me up a bottle at the DUTY FREE, can't wait.........yeah

  • jas henson posted 4 years ago

    People usually tend to lean more towards vodka because this is a new generation of wimps. Drinking no longer is for the "sipper" but more for those wanting a quick buzz. I tried vodka once and I don't see the difference in it or a bottle of rubbing alcohol. (facepalm)

  • Colonel Merkley posted 5 years ago

    The double Oak rocks! Bought some at the Woodford Reserve in May.

  • Mike posted 5 years ago

    Look behind any well stocked, top end bar. You will find 80% of the Liquor there to be Vodka. 10% Tequila, and the remaining Scotch and Bourbon. I do not understand what the younger generation sees in drinking a spirit that really has no taste to it.

  • gunnitt posted 5 years ago

    this is the only bourbon I will drink and I truely enjoy it. I also kee a bottle in the freezer to enjoy ice cold. I just bought and tried the double oaked edition and it is fantastic, I will have to get their new "sweet mash" on my next trip to my favorite liquor store he has all the better products.

  • Jon Morrison posted 7 years ago

    I keep a bottle in the freezer. It's great. Drink it without ice.

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