Wild Turkey Master's Keep 17 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)

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Wild Turkey Master's Keep 17 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)

$199.00 Bottle
  • ABV 43.4%

A new limited edition bourbon celebrating Eddie Russell’s debut as Wild Turkey Master Distiller. The father-and-son team of Jimmy and Eddie Russell have worked together to create the company's oldest Bourbon yet. The sleek black case and embossed bottle presentation is also bound to woo collectors.

“Master's Keep is the result of a lot of experimentation, patience and faith,” said Eddie Russell. “The sweet spot for Bourbon ageing is usually between 8-12 years because older Bourbons tend to become too woody or spicy from sitting too long in the barrel. What I was able to do with Master's Keep was retain the Bourbon's rich caramel and vanilla flavours by ageing the barrels in both stone and wood warehouses, sampling from them every few months to decide their next move.”

Jimmy Russell added: “I tend to not like Bourbons aged longer than 12 or 13 years because they lose the caramel and vanilla flavours, but Eddie and I both agree thanks to the unique way this whiskey was aged we have something special here that we truly hope our Wild Turkey fans and Bourbon connoisseurs enjoy.” 43.4% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews... A very pricy (for Wild Turkey) 17 year old whiskey honoring master distiller Jimmy Russell. Nose is hot for the proof, with oak, dried barrel drool, warm dried corn, tobacco barn, and teaberry. Entry is not hot; rather, a thread of sweet syrup spreads out into thoroughly integrated corn and oak. Finish slides into drier oak. A fascinating journey through bourbon flavors, this is both lighter and more complex than expected. I still prefer younger Wild Turkey, but… 91 points
- www.maltadvocate.com, (Fall 2015) Reviewed by: Lew Bryson