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Woodford Reserve Bourbon Whiskey £22.00 @ Asda

£22.00 @ Asda
Woodford Reserve reduced to £22 in Asda, seems to be both instore and online. Normally £30. Was in a nice box in my store, not sure if this is always the case! Read More
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Woodford Reserve reduced to £22 in Asda, seems to be both instore and online. Normally £30. Was in a nice box in my store, not sure if this is always the case!
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#1
mmmm, at the right price to try just might do that thank you
#2
voted hot for the price, but what's it like? Looks presentable enough.
#3
winklepicker
voted hot for the price, but what's it like? Looks presentable enough.

Personally, this is my favourite Bourbon at the "cheaper" (i.e. £30 & lower) end of the market - I've always found it to be a consistenly smooth and refined whiskey, perfect for sipping neat or over ice. I'd recommend trying it, especially at this price.

Voted hot :D


Edited By: saffinch on Sep 28, 2013 18:36
#4
thanks saffinch, will give it a try when next in Asda.
#5
Great mixer with gin
#6
Great stuff really nice and smooth
#7
One of my favourites. Great price. Heat added.
1 Like #8
Nom Nom. I love this stuff. Recently bought a bottle of Jim Beam Devils Cut just to try it. I tastes like turps compared to the smooth taste of Woodfords. This is one of the best bourbons in this price range. Bargain.
#9
Favourite Bourbon by far.
#10
Cheers. Let's hope Bale scores in his first game at the Bernbeau.
#11
Very good bourbon for the money. I used to drink this before I got a taste for slightly more expensive varieties (Four Roses small batch and Elijah Craig 12yr old small batch), but still have some put away for emergencies :p .




Edited By: jukkie on Sep 28, 2013 21:13: .
#12
So far I have tried the obvious Jim beam and jack Daniels, Jim beam Devils cut, wild Turkey and this, Woodfords Reserve is by far my favourite. Smooth taste great straight and with ice. I shall be buying a bottle of this. Thanks OP
#13
saffinch
winklepicker
voted hot for the price, but what's it like? Looks presentable enough.
Personally, this is my favourite Bourbon at the "cheaper" (i.e. £30 & lower) end of the market - I've always found it to be a consistenly smooth and refined whiskey, perfect for sipping neat or over ice. I'd recommend trying it, especially at this price.Voted hot :D

Get yourself a half dozen nice smooth quartz stones from the garden. Give them a good scrub and drop them in the freezer.
Every bit as good as ice for cooling your drink but doesn't water it down.
Looks kinda cool too.
#14
Baldieman64
saffinch
winklepicker
voted hot for the price, but what's it like? Looks presentable enough.
Personally, this is my favourite Bourbon at the "cheaper" (i.e. £30 & lower) end of the market - I've always found it to be a consistenly smooth and refined whiskey, perfect for sipping neat or over ice. I'd recommend trying it, especially at this price.Voted hot :D

Get yourself a half dozen nice smooth quartz stones from the garden. Give them a good scrub and drop them in the freezer.
Every bit as good as ice for cooling your drink but doesn't water it down.
Looks kinda cool too.

If you don't fancy doing that, then you can buy Whisky stones >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SAVFY%C2%AE-Whisky-Chilling-Whiskey-Granite/dp/B00AZFJO2A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1380404629&sr=8-1&keywords=whisky+stone

"Soapstones can be put in a freezer and later used in place of ice cubes to chill alcoholic beverages without diluting. These are called whisky stones."

Also stainless steel can be used >
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2314579/Stainless-steel-used-cool-drinks-instead-ice-stop-alcohol-watered-down.html

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 28, 2013 22:48
#15
Very nice drop. Will scoop up a couple of bottles tomorrow. Cheers OP.
#16
never tried it,how does it compare to Wild Turkey 81 or Jim Beam?
#17
Never tried the Turkey but there's a bit more to it than Jim Beam. Worth the extra few quid at this price.
#18
So far I have tried the obvious Jim beam and jack Daniels, Jim beam Devils cut, wild Turkey and this, Woodfords Reserve is by far my favourite. Smooth taste great straight and with ice. I shall be buying a bottle of this. Thanks OP
#19
Tequila
never tried it,how does it compare to Wild Turkey 81 or Jim Beam?

Wild Turkey 81 is foul (fowl?) stuff. Wild Turkey 101 however is nectar.
The only Jim Beam that I've tried that was worth drinking was the Devil's Cut variant.
#20
Got me a bottle too this afternoon :) v tasty. The shelf had a label for gentleman jack reduced to about 23 but no bottles left, so keep an eye out at your asda if you're picking up some of this :)
#21
Got me a bottle too this afternoon :) v tasty. The shelf had a label for gentleman jack reduced to about 23 but no bottles left, so keep an eye out at your asda if you're picking up some of this :)
#22
Looks good to me. Will try to pick up a bottle.
#23
Is this best with diet or regular coke?
#24
theroman
Great mixer with gin

your mixing bourbon with gin?
#25
Personally I prefer Bulleit but Woodford is still a pretty good choice at this price.

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