You find things in the oddest of places. I’m in the UK at the moment, making my way to Scotland, and at a simple, almost hipstery bar, I find a bourbon I can’t buy in Canada, Wild Turkey 101. And because they didn’t have any other whisky I wanted to review more, I went for it.
Made in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, this Bourbon is a marriage of 6, 7 and 8 year old Bourbons, all meshed together and left at a proper Abv. Couldn’t find too many specifics on the mash bill, save for Wild Turkey uses rye as its small grain and has 13% as part of it. I like rye, this should be fun.Let’s see if it lives up to the hype.
Price: N/A in Ontario
Nose: Corn, butter, oak, barley, caramel, dried grass
Nice, smooth, corn-on-the-cob smell here, makes your mouth…
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