If I missed it here, please forgive me, but does anyone know if the white dog from the Woodford stills have that signature taste profile? I would guess that it would certainly have to, and be quite unique to any other WD.
I have a bottle of VG and a WRDO, and they both have that distinctive taste that I attribute to pot-still whiskey. Tasting the WD would be interesting to see to what degree that flavor exists in the unaged stuff. There has to be someone around here who has nabbed a nip of WR WD!
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