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Woodford Master's Collection "Cherry Wood Smoked Barley" Kentucky Staight Bourbon (750ml)

SKU #1329249

The experimental Master's Collection is one of the most interesting special releases of the year. Most people don't realize that Woodford Reserve is actually a blend of the pot-stilled bourbon from Labrot & Graham distillery near Frankfort and the Early Times distillery in Louisville. The great thing about the small batch nature of their pot-stills is that they can experiment. Now in its 12th year, Master's Collection is one of the most exciting and controvesial releases of the year. Previous bottlings have been met with a great praise although the unorthodox nature of many of their releases has garnered champions and critics alike. What's certain is that these won't be around for long, and once they're gone they'll never be recreated. For the 2017 they've turned to messing with part of the mash bill to create a bourbon influenced by cherry wood smoking. The malt content hear is around 30% and that malt was dried with Cherry Wood smoke in a proprietary kilning process. It's likely the highest malt bourbon ever created in Kentucky. Big, rich, complex, and it has perfect balance between sweet toasty oak and smoldering cherry smoke.

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