Woodford Reserve Distillery, Versailles, Kentucky, United States
That's how it is every year, you can't really publish anything other than a good old American whiskey on July 4. Let's not go with a dead hand with a Woodford Reserve Four Wood Selection.
This special edition of 2012 is called the Four Wood due to its stay in four different types of casks, something very rare in the bourbon industry. This blend of American oak, sherry cask, port cask and maple wood gives us a whiskey that packs a nice big fruit punch.
As the actor, director, composer and producer of American cinema so well said Clinton "Clint" Eastwood (1930-) ,published in the daily Le Devoir, put it so well:
Un Smith & Wesson Beat four aces
Bourbon red, almost red.
Out of the ordinary, we would think of something else than an American whiskey. Oak and biscuits style "Social Tea", bread and corn. Vanilla and grapes, black cherry. Burnt caramel.
Always oak and spices, dusty wood, cherry, corn and pears. Apple and nectarine. Really unique.
Short but punchy with notes of port, apples and wood.
A superb example of a special refining for a bourbon, something unusual in the industry.
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