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Woodford Reserve Malt Whiskey Review

In American Whiskey Reviews by Lee StangLeave a Comment

This bottle was a present to me from my cousin, for a favor I did for him in college, over 46 years ago. I truly did not remember it (even when he told me) but I was glad to receive the bottle. I’m have not been a big Woodford Bourbon fan in the past but find myself enjoying it more recently. When I saw this was a malt whiskey I felt a pang of disappointment because I am not a big fan of American Malt Whiskey. From the first sip of this Woodford Reserve Malt Whiskey however, I was and continue to be pleasantly surprised.

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StilL 630 Experimental Collection Release #12

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This review of StiLl 630’s X-12 marks the completion of the first 12-months of their Experimental Collection release series. What a year it’s been. Only fitting that we mark this occasion with a review of a whiskey style that is making its debut at StiLl 630 – a wheat whiskey. 100% malted red winter wheat aged in a 15-gallon barrel for 14.5 months and bottled at 100 proof. Watch the video and learn more about this month’s special release.

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StilL 630 Experimental Collection Release #9

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Following quickly on the heels of our review of StilL 630’s X-9, we’re bringing you a review of their Experimental Collection Release X-9. The X-9 is a 16.25 month old cherrywood smoked single malt bottled at 100 proof. This release joins previous mesquite and applewood smoked single malts providing the consumer with a unique opportunity to explore the effects that different wood smoke has on a whiskey.