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Wild Turkey Bourbon Kentucky Spirit Single Barrel  750ml
SKU 781263

Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit Single Barrel Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

Professional Wine Reviews for Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit Single Barrel Bourbon

Rated 93 by Beverage Tasting Institute
This delightful bourbon has a truly effusive nose that suggests a freshly baked pecan pie with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream. On a second taste, rye spice becomes apparent and sits nicely on the lush, mouth filling palate. The finish is long and textured without showing alcohol or astringency. (Ultimate Spirits Challenge)
Rated 91 by Decanter
A single barrel bottling from Warehouse N, rick number 1, bottled at the proof that Wild Turkey was designed to be. A deeply-woody spiced nose featuring cinnamon and caramel advertises a power punch whiskey, but on the palate there's no punch. Instead, it’s lush, round, and affable, with deep caramel and cinnamon co-mingling with peanut. The lush, sweet start is well-balanced by cinnamon spice, which ramps up and drives a long spicy finish. This is delicious whiskey. (Whisky Advocate)
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Producer Wild Turkey

Country: United States

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