Saturday, March 07, 2009

Old School Bourbon

On our recent trip to Kentucky we visited a bourbon distillery that makes a hand-crafted, small batch product. Labrot and Graham makes Woodford Reserve, which is the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby. Set in horse country, the distillery was built in the 1800s and those buildings are still in use today.

They use a triple-distilling process in specially-made copper stills that come from Rothes, Scotland, which produces a smooth finished product.

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