Woodford Reserve Double Oak Bourbon (750ml)

SKU #1225546 93 points Wine Enthusiast

 For a warm and comforting sipper on a chilly evening, this is a fine way to go. This honey-hued Bourbon has a big, powerful, sweet caramel aroma, and a rich mix of buttery, oaky and toasty flavors. Consider it as a dessert pairing. (KN)  (7/2012)

K&L Notes

Woodford Reserve's Double Oak is exactly what it sounds like: The classic Woodford Reserve Bourbon put back into new charred oak barrels for a double maturation. Not only are the barrels charred in this case, but they're charred to the blackest possible level (any further and the wood would simply disintegrate). The result is a Bourbon with big richness and tons of new oak flavor. You can even catch that little note of blackened oak spice on the finish.

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Varietal:

Bourbon

Country:

United States

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Sub-Region:

Kentucky

Alcohol Content (%): 45.2