This was the only bourbon the flight had when I was heading out to Seattle last week. I splurged as I had ten hours of travel in front of me, and an Uber ride after that – so I wasn’t going to be driving.
Was this 50ml bottle worth $13 bucks?
No, absolutely not. Granted, I paid more because I was on a plane, and maybe the altitude effected my taste, but I did not enjoy this Woodford Reserve at all. It was all bite and sharpness.
Overall I’m giving this Woodford Reserve a 30/100. I drank it, and I might again if it is the only thing available, but by god I’m not going to enjoy it.
- If it is the only bourbon they have on the plane, well, I guess it’s better than nothing.
- Super expensive when bought on a flight.
- All sharp edges and hit you in the face alcohol strongness
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