The true bourbon aficionados out there understand that just any old spirit won’t do. If a person wants to sip on a nice drink, they want something with sweet aromatic notes. A bourbon with a fascinating taste that offers caramel, brown sugar, chocolate, and more. Something with a long finish of the type of malty sweetness that they just won’t be able to find anywhere else. Enter Woodford Reserve Very Fine Rare Bourbon, the brand’s oldest bourbon ever, but with a whole new look.
Sporting a new flask-shaped bottle, the Woodford Reserve Very Fine Rare Bourbon is part of the limited edition 2020 Master’s Collection and is a one-time-only product. The Very Fine Rare Bourbon includes whiskey from barrels that date all the way back to 2003, which also just so happens to be the year that Chris Morris was named the company’s Master Distiller. Weighing in at 90.4 proof, it truly is the product of modern innovation that simply needs to be tasted to be believed.