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As Master Taster of Woodford Reserve, Elizabeth O’Neill spends most of her time on the distillery grounds in Versailles, Kentucky. “I actually do work out here. We make it here and you can see it here. I’m not just a talking head,” she laughs. “I live it and breathe it and I work among people who live and breathe it.” Like many people who have achieved such high ranking positions in the bourbon industry, she didn’t start off her career with her sights set on this position, or even the bourbon industry. Rather O’Neill had gone to college to…

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