Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival Bourbon

Jun 25, 2018

Category: Vices

Even before prohibition, the master distillers at Wild Turkey have been doing it the right way, allowing us to toast life’s ups and downs with finely crafted bourbon. Recently, they’ve released something special in their Master’s Keep Revival Bourbon Whiskey.

Finely aged for 12-15 years, this whiskey was finished in at least 20-year-old Oloroso Sherry casks, which were hand-selected by none other than Master Distiller Eddie Russell. The outcome is a rare, one-of-a-kind 101 proof sipping whiskey with a delicious mix of aromas, including cherry pie, raisins, citrus, nuts and a touch of oak for a smooth taste. On the palate, it brings a soft, creamy hint of spice and sweet tropical fruits, as well as a lasting finish of dried apricots and honey. This is truly a must-own bottle for any earnest whiskey collector.

Purchase: $150

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