Kentucky Bourbon Trail Travelogue: Day Five
In day five of our Kentucky Bourbon Trail adventure, we soak in the last rays of Kentucky sun, watch a group pick their own single barrel of Woodford Reserve, and more.
Today in Gear: March 7, 2013
Today in gear we examine Woodford Reserve for the Kentucky Derby, scarily realistic paper guns, the Chromebook 2, March Madness swagger and more.
Today in Gear: October 1, 2013
Outdoor-minded clothing is too often function or style, rather than a combination of the two. Westerlind aims to correct that trend with their new site, which highlights not just outdoor-centric clothing, but all types of apparel, from underclothes
Woodford Reserve's Master Distiller
30 Minutes With: Chris Morris
Talk about working your way up from the bottom. Chris Morris came to Woodford Reserve's parent company, Brown-Foreman Corporation, in 1976 as an intern. The native Kentuckian stuck it out, rising to the position of Master Distiller as American bourbon rose, too, from a soda additive to a super-premium product on the same level as its haughtier cousins. We caught up with him as part of our summer preview to hear some drinking stories, find out what's next and hear about his love of the Kentucky Derby.
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Two barrels drink better than one
Tasting Notes: Woodford Reserve Double Oaked
Woodford Reserve has put out a handful of interesting whiskeys of late, including the New and Aged Cask Ryes and, coming this March, its Double Oaked Bourbon ($50). While the former spirits are part of Woodford’s Master’s Collection and therefore
Compare and Contrast
Tasting Notes: Woodford Reserve New & Aged Cask Rye
Winter is a harbinger of many things to many people. For bourbon fans, the coming of the cold signifies a time when some of the most respected brands in the industry release rare and specialized spirits to delight the booze-enthusiast. This