Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades Bourbon Whiskey (700ml)

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Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades Bourbon Whiskey (700ml)

Kentucky, UNITED STATES
$199.00 Bottle
  • ABV 52%

The 2016 Master's Keep is drawn from a batch of 10 to 20 year old barrels out of the middle and upper floors of the McBrayer Rickhouse and is reportedly the oldest whisky ever released by Wild Turkey. Distilled from a mashbill of 75% Corn, 13% Rye and 12% Barley, it celebrates Master Distiller Eddie Russell’s 35 years at the distillery. Expect a deeper, richer Bourbon than the previous Master's Keep and as pure a Turkey as you'll get, being bottled at 52.0% and non-chill filtered. Limited edition numbered bottles.

Tasting note: Brilliant topaz colour, beams from the glass. Issues powerful aromas of caramel fudge, vanilla bean, caramelised peach, milk chocolate and light spicy rye. The palate is medium to full bodied with the mouthfeel of a single malt. Rock lollies, vanillan oak, baked apple and cinnamon flavours round off with a burst of peppermint and spice. Threads of sugar carry the aftertaste. The length is good, the sweet-dry balance is spot on. 52% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews... When earth meets sweet in whiskey, it’s a beautiful thing. Here, soil tilled deep, fresh-cut grass, and mushrooms meet leather and dark chocolate, followed by dill, oregano, and oak. Caramel and vanilla explode over a heavy dose of cinnamon. There’s more: apple fritters, spice, and saltwater taffy tingle the palate until the long finish introduces, for the first time, a hint of doughy pie crust. A must-have. 93 points - Reviewed by: Fred Minnick (Summer 2017), whiskyadvocate.com