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Wild Turkey Master's Keep Revival Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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- ABV 50.5%
Sherry finishing isn’t common in Kentucky, but Wild Turkey aren’t the first to do it either. The third in the Master's Keep series, Batch No.1 of Revival comes with a mashbill of 75% Corn, 13% Rye and 12% Malted Barley. Inspired by the limited edition Wild Turkey Sherry Signature (circa 2000), it's a blend of 12-15 year old bourbons finished in 20-year-old oloroso sherry casks - reportedly, Eddie Russell went to great lengths to procure the barrels from Spain, as the majority only hold sherry for three to four years. The result is a one-of-a-kind, 101 proof sipping whiskey with aromas of cherry pie, raisins, citrus, nuts and a touch of oak. It delivers soft and creamy hints of spice and sweet tropical fruits on the palate and a long and lingering finish of dried apricots, honey and subtle spice. With strong reviews from the likes of whiskyadvocate (below) and miniscule allocations, it's a must for any serious Turkey collector. 1600 cases worldwide.Other reviews... Driven by lovely maple syrup and sweet bread pudding, this is like waltzing into a bake shop serving up warm sticky buns—all bready sweet, spice, and dried raisins—laced with toasted oak. The body is delightfully rich and viscous, with a generous jolt of sweetness and spice that pours long and satisfying. The sweet maple, candied nuts, dried berries, and white pepper spice strike a wonderful balance.
92 points - whiskyadvocate.com, reviewed by: Jeffery Lindenmuth (Fall 2018) ...Wild Turkey’s fruit-forward flavor profile and higher aged bourbon stock, mixed with a gentle barrel finish, results in a bourbon with balance and complexity.... nicely constructed and gets better the more time you spend with it. That tends to be the case with Wild Turkey limited releases: the devil is in their details. For someone looking for a gut-punch of flavor, this isn’t it. For the rest, there is a lot to appreciate for those willing to spend the time, effort, and money to do so. - breakingbourbon.com