A TRADITION OF INNOVATION
Not content to lay on the standing of a solitary style, Woodford’s master distillers Chris Morris and Elizabeth McCall persistently push the limits of flavor, exploring different avenues regarding new mashbills and container types. The whiskies underneath investigate various parts of the Woodford house style while keeping up with the quality with which the name is interchangeable.
An American exemplary in light of pot still whiskey made in Woodford County, Kentucky. The expert distillers consolidate this richly textured spirit with selected casks from the Brown Foreman stockrooms to make a whiskey of incredible profundity and character. Chocolate and vanilla on the button give way to a sense of taste or oranges, espresso and cinnamon.SHOP NOW
A supercharged interpretation of the house style developed in American white oak and completed in new, delicately singed barrels for additional pleasantness and flavor. In the glass it shows plentiful Crème Brûlée and caramelized citrus organic product front and center, going before an enjoyably dry wrap up with natural cinnamon and pepperiness.SHOP NOW
WOODFORD RESERVE MASTERS COLLECTION: BRANDY CASK FINISH
The Masters Collection contains Morris and McCall’s exploratory whiskies that challenge the shows of flavor in whiskey. This 100% pot refined articulation sees the recognizable Woodford profile improved by completing in American brandy casks, which confer fruity notes of fig and raisin. A really remarkable encounter.SHOP NOW
This vigorous, yet exquisite section in the Woodford range is made with a mashbill of 53% rye, balanced with corn and a little malted barley. Soft notes of tobacco and apple settle on it making it an excellent choice for a Manhattan. Mix 50ml Woodford Rye over ice with 25ml sweet vermouth and two dashes of bitters. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a maraschino cherry.SHOP NOW
A malt-forward articulation from Woodford Reserve refinery, loaded with nuts and dull chocolate close by smells of dark pepper and fresh spearmint. An uncommon style’s ideally suited for American bourbon fans on the chase after a new thing. One to taste and relish.SHOP NOW
200 YEARS IN
Woodford Reserve previously showed up on our shelves in 1996, making it a general newbie in the realm of whiskey. The spot it’s made, notwithstanding, is another story. Labrot and Graham refinery in Woodford County has been doing business since around 1812 – only 20 years after Kentucky acquired statehood. In 2005, the site was renamed the Woodford Reserve Distillery, solidifying its place as the home of this iconic whiskey.