Woodford Reserve Batch 128.3 Proof
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Get this Woodford Reserve Batch 128.3 Proof delivered to your door. Batch Proof is Woodford Reserve’s first-ever batch proof release, and it’s extremely limited. Woodford Reserve Batch Proof is a straight bourbon whiskey made from a chosen batch of casks, continuing the company’s tradition of whiskey innovation. Woodford Reserve Proprietary Batch is a limited edition whiskey bottled at 125.8% ABV. At least one of the five flavor origins is featured in each of Woodford Reserve’s expressions. Water, grain, fermentation, distillation, and aging are all sources of flavor. The Woodford Reserve Batch Proof expression is a method to honor the flavor subtleties that come from a change in finishing presentation while also telling the tale of Proprietary Batching at Woodford Reserve. The same grain bill and method are used to make Woodford Reserve Batch Proof as they are for Woodford Reserve Bourbon. Batch Proof takes the Woodford Reserve signature flavor profile of sweet vanilla and toasted wood to a whole new level.
American Whiskey Varieties
American whiskey is whiskey (a distilled beverage made from fermented grain puree) produced in the United States. The main types of American whiskey are bourbon whiskey, rye whiskey, rye malt whiskey, malt whiskey, wheat whiskey, Tennessee whiskey and corn whiskey. All of them are made from mashed potatoes containing at least 51% of the aforementioned grains.
Mixed whiskeys, whiskey blends, grain whiskeys and distilled whiskeys that do not indicate a dominant grain are also included. ... In the case of blends, American whiskey can include artificial colors and flavors. The laws governing the above products differ between products made for consumption in the United States and those exported abroad.
With a wide variety in one category, American whiskey refers to any spirit drink made in America distilling fermented grain must - usually corn, wheat, rye or barley. American whiskey must be distilled to a maximum alcoholic strength of 95% and bottled with an alcoholic strength of 40% or higher. To be called pure whiskey, it must also be aged in white oak barrels for at least two years and must not contain any added color or flavor.
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