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The mashbill for Woodford Reserve features a high percentage of rye: 72% corn, 18% rye and 10% malt. Unusual also for being triple distilled and having the lowest proof upon entering the barrel where it matures for at least six years. A must have Kentucky bourbon. Makes a wonderful Old-Fashioned cocktail!
The nose is quite thick and creamy. There are notes of honey and spice, leather, a touch of cocoa, a little smoke, toasty oak and vanilla cream with a hint of butterscotch. The palate is thick and full. There are notes of espresso beans, winter spice, cereal sweetness, plenty of rye, ground ginger, almond oil, toasty oak and a little rum. The finish is long and mature with notes of cereals and toasty oaken spice.
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Will be buying again. Smooth, flavorful
1st April 2017
Smooth and tasty. Smell it, drink it as it is, no ice or water. Heaven
22nd March 2017
What's to say? This has clearly been designed as a "crowd pleaser". Bartenders have a description for this which fits it perfectly... "The whiskey for people who think they're too posh for Jack Daniels". It's smooth, easy drinking and unremarkable in every single way. It's the whiskey equivalent of magnolia paint on your walls. Boring, give me something with a bit of character like Knob Creek/Noah's Mill or even Wild Turkey 101.
9th March 2017
This bourbon is truly wonderful ! A splash of clean spring water opens up the spicy notes with wafts of oaked vanilla and fresh fruit on the pallet. Definitely a sipping companion when 5 o'clock strikes. Or maybe sooner. Cheers!
19th January 2017
Love this bourbon! Great aromas, and taste is wonderful. Just the right amount of a pepper and oak combination.For the money, I think this is the best value out there. If you're going to mix it with Coke, perhaps you can save a few bucks and get something like Crown Royal, but for a sipping whisky Woodford is awesome!
12th January 2017
Peppery sweet oak with honey notes and a hint of toasty maple. Was recommended by a friend to whom I am forever grateful as this has become my favorite go-to whisky whilst enjoying a sherried cigar or cubano. Totally worth the price.
9th January 2017
I enjoy Scotch, Rye and Bourbon and tried this one for the first time. Popping the cork immediately gives you the oaky and toasted notes that are soon transferred to the palette with the sweetness of caramelized nuts. Amazingly Brourbacious!
25th December 2016
I have tried many scotch, but this is the reason that made me switch to bourbon.
24th November 2016
It is my first top Bourbon after JD and JB stuff. I love this one and I will buy it again.
28th October 2016
I would not typically consider myself a connoisseur, but I have sampled many whiskeys over the years. I really can't believe it's taken me this long to try Woodford Reserve. Amazingly smooth… And perfect on the rocks. I have found my new drink. Love the taste and the classy look of the bottle.
22nd October 2016
Oak campfire, potpourri, pinecone, burnt caramel, vanilla, sweet decadent honey, spices. My first bourbon, the closest thing to this I've had is the Nikka All Grain. It's an amazing dram (drinking neat) full of oak wood campfire, potpourri, winter spice, and sweet decadent honey. I can't believe I only paid $25 for the bottle!
11th September 2016
Brother and some friends and I like to play weekend connoisseurs with scotch and bourbon. We're very lucky to have a bar nearby that has an excellent selection of very high end bottles and a Sunday happy hour. I've had the good fortune to try all of the Johnnie Walker labels, bunnahabhain 40(?) and a number of others. This ranks as a great go to bourbon. It was gifted to me at Christmas and I've been sipping ever since. More complex but not as smooth as say blue label (though I'm becoming increasingly confident that that's more marketing than anything). Too echo other reviewers, you cannot go wrong getting some.
9th August 2016
Great sipping whiskey. Very smooth and flavorfull.
2nd August 2016
I love whiskey. Scotch, Irish or bourbon. Many a Glen, blackbush or powers; Jack, Jim or Dickle; I've put in the hours. But as all of these new fangled craft distilleries have been popping up with micro batch this and select reserve that, I decided to go on an incredulous tasting tour. Personally I have been partial to good old Kentucky bourbon, but over the years the three wise men impressed me less and less. Most of the new stuff even less so. My interest waned. Until I tried the Woodford. So many of the things I love in one sip. Liquorice and smoke and leather and oak, but also cherry and vanilla and chocolate. Complex without being overbearing, a seemingly effortless balancing act. At a more than reasonable price, I have unexpectedly found my new standard. 2-3 drops of water and the Woodford Reserve Distillers Select truly comes to life. Please do yourself the favor.
25th July 2016
Woodford Reserve: nose is cherries, cream, vanilla, sarsaparilla, faint baking spices and wood. Subdued burn. Taste is cherry pie, vanilla, caramel sweetness, licorice,spice and pepper at the end. Viscous, chewy mouthfeel. Burn is moderate, needed a few drops of water to mellow. Very interesting, 8/10.
30th June 2016
Excellent. Actually better than single malt scotch whisky from Scotland. This will be my new favorite.
18th June 2016
This bourbon is just perfect! Classy bottle with a classy taste!
2nd June 2016
After trying pretty much every bourbon from my local supermarket, this one goes down very smooth. I'm not much of a bourbon drinker, but this one takes the cake.
27th May 2016
Very round and sweet aroma, oaky, rich but delicate. Hint of caramel popcorn. On the palate this is very relaxed and easygoing, sweet grassy notes and definite nut/nut oil notes. A warming corn sweetness complimented by a spicy rye background. The finish is long and carries out the flavours nicely. This is a very elegant bourbon, and an elegant drink. Interesting to see a bourbon that is triple distilled, and I find it makes this quite characteristic. I like the bottle as well, sort of craft/artisanal look to it, though I'm not a fan of the glue and bits of paper that stick to the neck of the bottle after opening, but no big deal. A pleasant experience.
12th May 2016
This is my favorite bourbon neat, by a mile. More complexity, viscosity, depth and flavor than many whiskies of any style. I can nose this indefinitely. For the price it is unbelievable.
19th April 2016
10th April 2016
This bourbon just does not do it for me. Very bland and more expensive than most bourbons in the same category. I'd rather have a bottle of Buffalo Trace or Wild Turkey any day.
15th March 2016
The best bourbon.
14th March 2016
As you may've guessed this was my 1st Bourbon and boy oh boy was it memorable. I use to always whiskey face every spirit no matter how rare or expensive it was, luckily not the Pappy but Johnnie Walker Blue was one victim. Turns out I was drinking it wrong, I would knock it back like a cowboy and wince. I was influenced into Bourbon by the guys at a cigar forum and started my research. It was Bourbon or bust to me as I was tired of not having the taste for top shelf spirits.I picked the Woodford Reserve because it was HIGHLY recommended and incredibly affordable. I also bought a Glencairn whiskey glass to help aid my experience. First uncorking and nosing brought a warm cinnamon/menthol like mint to my senses. Wow this isn't what I expected (in a good way). Hear goes nothing...first sip (prime the palate). Jaw literally on the floor!!!! I need a 2nd sip. Long finish and simply put; ART in a glass. I have yet to have a bourbon quite like it. Quite literally it meets all the requirements for the perfect bourbon. Thank you Chris Morris & Woodford Reserve team.
9th March 2016
This was actually one of the first Bourbons I ever had, and I have kept going back to it since. It's the best of what I have tried (other than Woodford's other products) and for the price it really is a great buy. 10/10 highly recommend.
29th February 2016
I love this bottle so much. Feels great in the hand. Only downside is the "glu-ie" sticker, that leaves trace of glue on the neck when removed. I had to use some olive oil, and it went off with some work. A gentleman should drink from a proper glass, but I am no gent. If you are a 30-60 eur/usd drinker like me, you should buy Woodford at least once before you die. You might to consider not return to "cheap" malts, after you ve tried it.
5th February 2016
Really enjoyed this as my first bourbon, the sweetness came through excellent and the spices were limited but right! Will definitely buy again
22nd January 2016
Simply put, I consider Woodford Reserve the finest and most satisfying whisky I've ever had the privilege to drink. I've drunk whisky (and whiskey) across this globe and I always return to my favorite - Woodford Reserve.
18th January 2016
Old faithful, as I have tried many of the new bourbons on the market but keep coming back to Woodford!
10th January 2016
My bottle was emptied in 10 days. But I just drank it slowly straight from the bottle threw the days, more times per day when i felt like it, maybe a quarter of the shot. Not getting drunk, I dont even drink that much actually ( a shot a day). Loving that nose from the bottle, wonderfully delicious....They where time threw the day, when I was working, the smell just came to me from somewhere....thinking about coming back home and enjoying it again. I just felt...hmmm. Love. i would put this spirit in category of Hennessy Fine or Jack Daniels Single Barrel. Not in the sence that they are the same or to similar, but emotions that they carried with it. To me.
19th December 2015
I am by no means a connoisseur, so I won't be using technical language here. All I will say is that, for me, Woodford Reserve is my favourite bourbon. It's just so... smooth and well-rounded, with just enough heat and it leaves a lively tingle on the tongue that I adore. It's also available at £22 a bottle on Amazon right now, which is a must-buy.Love it.
15th December 2015
After reading all the rave reviews here I went out and bought a bottle of this. I am not impressed at all. It tastes sickly and thick. It's a woman's drink. I like a man's bourbon like Wild Turkey 101. I'll keep the rest of the bottle for guests but from now on I'm sticking with the chicken.
13th December 2015
Wow. i really like this one. My regular "bourbon" in rotation is Jack SB or Jack MD 1, I was all out of my bourbouns. So the hunt was on. I went to the supermarket and there it was, all hidden down in the shelf 2 or even shelf 3, top shelf stuff like Chivas 18, Laga 16, Laphroaig 10, and funilly hardly drinkable stuff like Livet 12, Fiddich 12, Fiddich 15, Morengie 10, Scapa non age, so that told me the supermarket guys dont have a clue. The price was 33 euros, so quite expensive. I had 20% coupon, so I got it for 27 euros. Whic I feel is a bargain. Took Dimple 15 with it (has been a year while I had it, good every day drink), and 3 miniatures (Martell, Hennessy, Chivas 12). Not worth a full bottle purchuse for me, at this time.Have to say that Woodford is really worth every euro. Great on the nose. Interesting. When you wash your mouth with it it is super smooth, a little burnier then hennessy, but you can literally wash it for a minute or two. Please do this experiment, while enjoing it at home. I did a comparisement of all 5 spirits I currently have in my bar, and Woodford is 1. or 2. Hennessy is a bit sweeter, maybe even more wooddier, but I still kind of prefer Woodford. I also like the 43% vs 40%. I think spirits should be bottled at 43-48%. 40% is just rubbish. So in conclussion, If you like a special one, or the one to switch from Jack, Chivas 12, JWB 12, or any mayor cognacs...This is the one to go...You will not gonna want to mix this with anything, its so precious. Have to say, that Woodford is better than JWB 12, better than Chivas 12, better than Dimple 15, better then Livet 12, and Fiddich 12, 15 and 18. It is probably in top 10 alcoholic drinks I ever had in my life (probably tasting 1000 of them). Cheers guys. And fuck the recesion, life is good if we can drink stuff like this.
6th December 2015
Or is it the Monkees? But at least the Monkees had charazzzma. Conceived in the lab, bottled from stuff that was lying around. A marketing and packaging triumph, sadly created for those who think those are the most important aspects of a bourbon. "We love your Woodford way," says no one with a discerning palate.
2nd December 2015
Was lucky to get a bottle of Woodford Reserve Distiller's Select as a gift from a friend in the US sent all the way to Norway. Batch 1063 Bottle 6691. I have been into Scotland Single Malts for years, and have tasted some different Bourbons as well. But, this Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is truly amazing! Rich and full, and a subtle "warm" cool smoothness - almost impossible to describe. Smell is just highly sophisticated and really stays with you. A must have in any serious Whiskey collection!
29th November 2015
As a sipping bourbon served straight up with not ice or water, it continues to amaze me that (a) Woodford Reserve contains 42-percent ABV, and (b) that here's a relatively high proportion of rye in the mash bill. There is no palate numbing from the alcohol or "bite" from the rye. The bourbon is exceedingly smooth, perhaps even too gentle for some bourbon aficionados. If you've not tried it, do so.
22nd November 2015
Awesome bourbon! I should buy it more often!
10th November 2015
Is as good as. A batons small batch
29th October 2015
I was introduced to Woodford about 15 years ago at a cigar smoker. I have been drinking it since then. Wonderful
20th October 2015
very smooth sipping whiskey
8th October 2015
Master of Malt, you are indeed correct. This bourbon makes (in my opinion) the best Old-Fashioned cocktail. It holds its own against the orange zest and the bitters, and the body carries through to the finish on your palate. My only downside to this bourbon is that it doesn't come in a larger bottle...
1st August 2015
Ive been trying a few bourbons here and there, converted from a scotch drinker, i like the spicy flavor of bourbon, and recently tasted Woodford Reserve, the other brands were bold, strong and flavorful also, but Woodford seemed more well rounded, and had everything the all the other bourbons had combined..so far my favorite..!
22nd July 2015
This bourbon sells for $18 and is considered mid-shelf. Anyone who knows anything about bourbon will tell you its good but you guys are waaay out of market on price.
12th July 2015
Powerful, uplifting, gorgeous!
6th July 2015
There are a lot of whiskies that I hold in high regard, but I believe Woodford Reserve has the single best "finish" that I have ever come across in any whisky. It is the sort of finish that makes me close my eyes and forces me to have to remember to start breathing again once it is through.
7th June 2015
I much enjoyed Woodford's distellery, where we had lunch on our Harley tour of the Bourbon Trail. For some reason, though, I didn't remember liking Woodford. Today, I bought a bottle and now I know how wrong I was. This stuff is great. I usually prefer Wild Turkey 101, but I think I like this better. Oddly, if you have a Tostito chip followed by a sip of Woodford, it leaves an almost cigar tasting finish. Very good..maybe one of my favorite things about Kentucky!
2nd May 2015
I'm not going to pretend I know anything about Bourbon... but I do know that I've tried a few, and none compare to this. Smells great, tastes better. Love it.
20th April 2015
Absolutely one of my favorites.
27th March 2015
What other Bourbons are tripled distilled?
2nd March 2015
Best whisky I've ever dranK. Very smooth, unbleevable flavor
3rd February 2015
Good for sipping, good as a mixer (Old Fashioned), readily available, quite cheap.
21st January 2015
The nose is very sweet almost like bubblegum and the taste is just the same. This bourbon is smoooooth and easy to sip on. The finish is sweet, dry, with very little spice, and oh so delicious. This is my favorite bourbon so far.
14th January 2015
Delicious! Honeysuckle and vanilla notes, fragrant nose. It is clean, refined, and dangerously drinkable
3rd January 2015
My sister bought me a bottle of this for Christmas yesterday and I'm just now opening it. This is actually as good as the bottle looks. I'm more than satisfied, I'll be buying this for myself from now on!!!!
26th December 2014
Had the typical JD before trying this and man it is awesome, never really a Bourbon man till I tried this.On the rocks is preferred, a strong first sip but then afterwards very smooth, one slight niggle is a very bitter aftertaste but this can be over looked by drinking more!
25th December 2014
Unmistakable scent of isopropyl alcohol.
10th December 2014
I'm more of a single malt scotch man but I do tend to try different whiskies from time to time. This one was is very enjoyable. Nice flavours, I definately picked up the rye content along with winter spices. Also very long pleasant finish. 9/10
23rd November 2014
As a complete Bourbon novice I'm very impressed with this. The first taste on the tongue was quite similar to certain Scotch whiskeys, but the flavour completely evolves on the palate. Instead of the smoky, sometimes overpowering flavours of a Scotch, you get a delicate sweet finish going through vanilla on to butterscotch (and I normally think those kind of flavour descriptions are only written by people who take themselves way too seriously!). As I got closer to the bottom of the glass I found myself liking it more and more. Bourbon convert right here!
18th November 2014
After trying multiple bourbons & blends throughout the years, Woodford is by far the favorite even after taking all of the bourbon tours. Can't wait to get back to Loretto!!!
8th November 2014
Great tour, great guide, top notch upgraded distillery and grounds, good food, terrible bourbon. Both samples smelled and tasted like rubbing alcohol. May try again in future but no time soon.
27th October 2014
Absolutely lovely - just what a great bourbon should be. Deep taste, smooth as southern soul music and lingers long in the memory. I actually woke up the other day yearning for a taste of this - slightly concerning. There is some citrus and wood, a touch of smoke, and a full, classic mature bourbon taste. Feels like America. And I can absolutely recommend the Maple Finish expression if you can find it. It's a dream of a bourbon and I'm rationing myself to a drop once a week, as I'm not sure if I will find it again.
1st October 2014
Perfect bourbon.I totally lost my heart here!Try it...
26th September 2014
This is my absolute favorite PERIOD.
15th September 2014
Got it for my birthday, and opened it straight away. Wonderful nose and taste.
12th September 2014
New to Bourbon - have only tried the clichés JD and Jim Beam to date - but this is a revelation. Smooth, tasty, and inexpensive. A great sipping whiskey. I would recommend with a drop of Angostura bitters on ice...just lovely.
31st August 2014
I usually drink single scottish malts. Woodford is as good as any Scottish malt. Excellent, wish I'd tried it before. I'm 67 and like the previous reviewer relaise what I have missed.Take it straight with an ice cube.Very smooth. Great to chill out with at the end of the day.
6th August 2014
I'm 61 and the biggest problem with Woodford Reserve is that i never tried it until this year. I just didn't know what i had been missing. Oh my misspent youth. Dang, that makes me wonder if maybe i should have shopped around a little bit more before i got married!
21st July 2014
I was searching to find if anybody else had recently got a bad bottle of reserve and found the review below. I love this bourbon and opened a bottle 2 weeks ago to get hit with the smell and taste of rubbing alcohol. I contacted Woodford and they responded very quickly with a request to get the bottle so they can analyze it. Will see what happens.
14th June 2014
I'm a cigar smoker and love my woodford with it. Compliments each other. I'm a neat drinker and love the flavor and smell.
6th June 2014
I go plenty on the nose citrus, vanilla, slightly burnt caramel, first sip some burn and almost iodine peatiness which doesnt last long, then vanilla and oaky butterscotch. great long sippin whisky. smelling the empy glass was like toffee very pleasant
23rd May 2014
Batch: 117Bottle: 2951Absolutely undrinkable. Nose: ethanol, actually burns and makes your eyes water. Horrible varnish turps stink. Taste: Varnish. Hint of butterscotch. Semi unpleasant but very long finish of nuts and banana. Cost: way too much. This is not worth £30/$50.
19th May 2014
2nd April 2014
My first proper bourbon, really smooth to drink. If the nose was a glade plug in, it'd be all over the house.
28th February 2014
Smokey, oak, butterscotch and apple which is mellow and has a light alcohol scent which is pleasing rather than assaultingIt has Generous flavor, complex and smooth all at the same time, Buttery and oaky, hints of apple and spices It is Perfect sipping whiskey to relax with after a long day. Almost no burn, the finish is long and delightful. This whiskey is, in my opinion so rounded, clean and balanced I would be hard pressed to find a better one for the price, I’m extremely pleased! This is one to have on hand at all times -BeerandWhiskeyHQ
20th January 2014
We were introduced to WoodFord Reserve at Thapar's party. The stuff belonged to Robert, and before he could reach the party his bottle was opened by other guests and the way Robert felt when he saw his bottle being ripped he was shattered.....so I actually realised the love he had for WOODFORD RESERVE.
18th December 2013
For me, this is all about the finish. I found the palate quite watery with not much to it, but wait a while and all of a sudden, there's an explosion of vanilla sweetness.For the price, this is a great whiskey.
11th December 2013
This is simply the best bourbon I've had to date. I pick up a bottle of this superb bourbon every October and head to a beach for fall break. The salt air and Woodford on the rocks is an incredible combination.
18th September 2013
A co-worker brought a bottle of Woodford Reserve to the summer picnic at my boss' house. I had been exploring whiskey, looking for something that I actually enjoyed neat. After trying a shot, I decided to add a bottle to my own collection where it sits in front of the Elijah Craig, Four Roses, and Eagle Rare. Truly a masterful Bourbon, easy to sip and enjoy neat or on the rocks. Just please don't waste in on a mixed drink!!
24th August 2013
Really like this tipple, excellent for an old fashion. The nose is long and pointy, with notes of brown sugar and Friday night bbq. The taste starts fruity with hints of lemon and black grape followed my mellow sunflower seeds, 15 day old orange with clove and very small hint of raspberry. not to be missed.
23rd August 2013
Tried this wonderful Kentucky Bourbon and was truly surprised by the smoothness and depth of flavor, as well as a glorious finish. Nose: Carmel, butterscotch , and an almost 'anise' aroma, flowed by spice and pepper. Taste: Spicey, Vanilla, and a whisper of smoke, followed by a burst of crisp mint and fresh ginger with virtually no heat on the throat. Finish: for me, there was further rich, toffee-vanilla, followed closely with a burst of summer peach that lingered in the mouth a good half hour. Incredible Kenntucky Bourbon and goes head to head with my usual favorite - Blanton's! Will definitely add this to my home bar.
21st August 2013
I like it so much I'm making a detour on my return trip home from KC to stop by and see where this stuff I's made.
5th August 2013
I have tried numerous bourbons and I can say that woodford on the rocks is one of the or thee best out there.
This is great stuff! It is very easy to drink and entertaining for all levels of whiskey connoisseurs. If you want one of the best bourbons, look no further
13th May 2013
Really popular bourbon and justly so, full of character and very versatile. Agree with the chaps at Master of Malt - makes an excellent old fashioned, enjoyable on its own, and great value for money. Nose: Dense, creamy, charred oak. Vanilla sweetness. Treacle and spice with a dash of leather. Palate: Nicely rounded, with a good hit of spice, toasted oak, sweet rye and a good nutty coffee. Almost syrupy. Finish: Good length, rather sophisticated with more of that sweet rye and toasted oak. Vanilla rounds off with just a lingering touch of spice and fine leather.
18th April 2013
Had this at a bar a week ago and is the best bourbon i tried so far. It's got a nice pop-corn taste to it.
2nd April 2013
Still my favourite bourbon. Not an outrageous price. A simple, old fashioned bottle design and an elegant yet masculine drink for the grown ups. Smooth and well rounded. Drinks like Chuck Norris in a top hat.
6th March 2013
Still my favourite bourbon. Not an outrageous price. A simple, old fashioned bottle design and an elegant yet masculine drink for the grown ups. Smooth and well rounded. Drinks like Chuck Norris in a top hat.
I tried this after drinking many other bourbons. I was quite impressed. My friends ,and family, all thought it was a great bourbon.
10th February 2013
This has to be my Favourite Bourbon so far to date. It is smooth and classy. i could drink it all day. Im young and English so love whisky but if i fancy a change il have this. Another thing to thank the Americans for! (Shhh don't tell them i said that or your never here the end of it!)
17th January 2013
Despite being a high rye bourbon, the spice wasn't very forward. I found it all rather rough on the back of the throat, too. I only have the sample, and perhaps what I ate earlier this evening is affecting the taste, but I think this quite inferior to the van Winkle I sampled last night. Karl
9th October 2012
Now I know what my grandfather would call "sippin whiskey" is. You can do a shot of any whiskey but this stuff you want to savor...
28th September 2012
I really liked this after trying gentleman jack and buffalo trace. Just seemed that slightly higher quality to me! Very good bourbon IMHO
20th September 2012
Woodford and Pappy van Winkle are the best-bourbons you can have!!try and fly away on the green grass of beautiful kentucky11
12th September 2012
I was a bit of a bourbon novice when I came onto this site and the first bottle I bought was Woodford reserve, based on the recommendations. They are all right, this is a wonderful bourbon, especially if like me, you are just starting to get a taste for the finer tipples that are out there
17th July 2012
Reall, I have yet to try a better Bourbon. This has smoothness, taste, bite and class. Highly rated.
26th May 2012
The best bourbon !!!
18th April 2012
I can't rate this bourbon highly enough. It is sweet, gently on the palate and throat with practically no alcohol burn as it slides gently down. It's almost like the creme caramel of whiskeys, and if you've never tried it - treat yourself! Oh, and as a little extra to make you (or the person you're gifting it to) feel special, you can even register your bottle with the distillery.
5th January 2012
Really enjoyable when sipped neat, Butterscotch and smoothness comes through.SLAINTE
30th October 2011
My Dad couldn't say enough about this s**t ;)
9th June 2011
For the money, the best bourbon you can buy.
5th December 2010
I was introduced to Woodford Reserve while at the K.Derby 6 years ago. My father was a Old Grand Dad man and before he passed away the ultimate intro to Woodford, he said he never knew Bourbon tastes so good on the rocks. My Favorite as well as other Bourbon drinkers I turned it onto.
3rd December 2010
Lovely, it almost feels like an Angel urinating down your throat, mellow yet full of flavour and a noticable absence of heat on the way down and unlike most Bourbons it's also not throaty at all, if a premium Bourbon is your thing, then this is for you, Oh, and if you're rich enough, contact the company as they also do bespoke blends that are different from the Distiller's Select.
26th December 2009
I like this with a couple of ice cubes (no more or you ruin it!) and like to sip it slowly. I lived in Kentucky and this stuff is like nectar! lovely stuff. from Chet.
6th October 2009