Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 45.2%
Product details
Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Rye
Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Woodford Reserve
Style Rye Whiskey

Woodford Reserve Rye

Woodford Reserve's Kentucky Straight Rye whiskey has made it to our shores! Produced using a mash-bill of 53% rye, this rye shows off its spice up front and balances it well with notes of fresh fruit (think pear and cherry), chopped mint and a sweet touch of honey. Presented at 45.2% ABV.

Winner of 3 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
Rye Whiskey - 2020
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Gold
Gold
Rye - Premium - 2018
The American Whiskey Masters (The Spirits Buiness)
Gold
Gold
Rye - Super Premium - 2017
The American Whiskey Masters (The Spirits Buiness)

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Rye
Stodgy and ultimately forgettable. Fast food whiskey.
N: Bread, phenolic heavy sweet.
P: Surprising aromatic, manageable spice that mangles within a tumult of sweet and spice. Heavy, as in fast food.
A: Wood spice…zzz.
David D , United Arab Emirates
one year ago
Wonderful whiskey for the long and cold winter evenings
Amazing. I love all of Woodford whiskeys, they've never disappointed me neither my friends.
Also I would like to express my appreciation for an amazing Customers Service Team at Master of Malt.
Lina , United Kingdom
one year ago
Great drop, better than a lot of similar priced offerings.
Raisins, cherry and vanilla on the nose. As some have said a weaker feel on the front mouth, but this turns into a beautiful honey finish in the back of the throat. Surprising alcohol content (45.2) for something this smooth. Drinking a litre bottle from batch 6.
4.5 stars.
Richard Falkiner , Australia
2 years ago
Wrong price bracket
For what it is it’s too expensive, it tastes too young and unbalanced. It could have spent a little more time to meld the flavours together, it all a bit separate.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Delightful
Amazing
James , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Lacks depth and quality; overpriced
A distinctly ordinary rye, and in my opinion way overpriced for the quality. As the reviewer below mentions, this whiskey lacks flavour and depth.

The nose is its only slight saving grace, promising at least some complexity: as well as the usual earthy, spicy rye notes, there are undercurrents of cherry cola, vanilla toffee, ripe pears and heather honey.

This promise upfront fails spectacularly on delivery however, with a thin, watery mouthfeel and a one dimensional, dull flavour profile. The relatively low-key rye spice on the initial palate develops into weak and slightly bitter dandelion and burdock (root beer) notes.

After a reasonably satisfying spicy rye swallow, the finish dies spectacularly. A slight oaky sweetness lingers, but I’d hardly call it a finish, more of an aftertaste.

Given the reputation of some of Woodford’s bourbons, in my opinion, this is a really poor effort for them.
Jake W , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Poor flavour for the money
Really disappointing, very watery start that breaks into a uninspiring burnt toffee bourbonish flavour, nice peppery finish you'd expect from a rye though. A long way off being a top rye for me.
Dave B , United Kingdom
4 years ago
It is a wonderful whiskey.
Wonderful nose with spicy notes. In the palate it is peppery and dry with oaky nuances. It is great to know no caramel added as it is a straight rye whiskey . It has wonderful natural color directly coming from the barrel. It is a perfect example how good a rye whiskey could be.
Nejat E , Turkey
4 years ago
Yum
Nice stuff. Notes of caramel and spices. Similar to Mitcher's but Pikesville is better
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Don't give up, give it time
I can keep my nose out of the glass! What a wonderful nose, honey and caramel are quite prevalent.
The first sip is a bit confusing as this rye is quite muted. Don't let this put you off, pour a large glass and let your senses acclimatize. I really enjoy this offering, a good bottle for a decent price.
TommyToronto , Canada
7 years ago