Size1LProof90.4 (45.2% ABV) - may vary*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
This limited-edition bottle commemorates Kentucky Derby with artwork by renowned equine artist Thomas Allen Pauly.
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About Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby 142 Limited Edition Bourbon Whiskey
Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby Limited Edition Bourbon Whiskey is a traditional bottling of Woodford Reserve Bourbon. “Woodford Reserve is honored to collaborate with an artist of such high caliber for this year's commemorative Derby bottle,” said Jason Kempf, Woodford Reserve brand director. “His years of experience, esteemed skill set in painting and passion for the equine industry correlate perfectly with the Kentucky Derby.”
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About Woodford Reserve
The Woodford Reserve Distillery sits on what was once an old Distillery founded by Elijah and his son, Oscar Pepper, in the 1800s. Years later, under the stewardship of Oscar and Master Distiller James Crow, their distillery reformed and modernized producing whiskey in the United States — the distillery revolutionized the concepts of sour mash and yeast propagation.
Today, the distillery is among Kentucky's oldest and smallest bourbon distilleries. Nestled in the heart of the Commonwealth's thoroughbred country, it's the only place you'll find bourbon and horses maturing side by side. It's also one of a handful of spirits companies in the world to own a cooperage and craft its barrels, allowing for ultimate precision when creating exact toast and char specifications.
There are not many things more American than bourbon, and although most of it is produced in Kentucky, it can be produced all over the USA. It must be made with at least 51% corn and bottled at 40% ABV or higher. So why not give this American classic a try?