Woodford Reserve: The Award-Winning Bourbon Brand
One of the most well-known and well-respected names in the Bourbon industry, Woodford Reserve is a premiere Kentucky whiskey brand. All of Woodford Reserve’s whiskey types (Bourbon, Malt Whiskey, Rye Whiskey, and Double Oaked Whiskey) have been winning awards for years, including the 2014 Whiskies of the World Awards Gold Medal, the 2018 International Whiskey Competition First Place Award, and the 2018 American Whiskey Masters: Master Medal, which is the highest honor in that category.
The Historic Woodford Reserve Distillery
The site of the Kentucky Woodford Reserve Distillery has been fertile ground for whiskey-making for more than 200 years. Centuries of crafting experience and all-around expertise have made this Bourbon brand a world-class institution. Ever since Elijah Pepper began making whiskey in 1812, Woodford Reserve has been on a mission to craft bold yet refined whiskies, ranging from fruity and floral to earthy and woody.
Woodford Reserve Products: Not Just Bourbon
While Woodford Reserve is known across the globe for its Bourbon, there is more to the brand than its famous liquor. Supermarket Italy is home to many Woodford Reserve bitters, which can be used to add and enhance the flavor of cocktails and even food. Make a fine steak marinade by using Woodford Reserve’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Aromatic Bitters, or put a few drops of Woodford Reserve’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Chocolate Bitters in your drink for a luscious dessert cocktail recipe.
Where To Buy Woodford Reserve Products
Supermarket Italy sells several of Woodford Reserve’s signature bitters. Current Supermarket Italy flavors include: Sassafras & Sorghum, Spiced Cherry, Orange, Aromatic, Chocolate and more! We are also proud to sell Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries, as no cocktail recipe is complete without a cherry on top!
Don’t forget to check Supermarket Italy’s blog regularly for recipes! Learn how to use bitters in your cocktail mixes and in your cooking with these 5 Best Easy Recipes That Use Non-Alcoholic Bitters, for instance.