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Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey
Originally crafted by Kentucky Bourbon Hall-of-Famer Eddie Russell as “Wild Turkey 81”, Wild Turkey Bourbon is aged in American White Oak barrels with the deepest, No. 4 “alligator” char. With notes of sweet vanilla, pear, and hints of spice, this bourbon finishes with a flavor that is full and rich, whether enjoyed straight or with a mixer.
Wild Turkey Rare Breed Bourbon
The true, bold spirit of Wild Turkey has been captured in this authentic barrel proof whiskey, creating one of the finest bourbons in the world. Uncut with water, Rare Breed is an uncompromised Kentucky bourbon with tones of sweet tobacco and hints of orange and mint, making it a remarkably smooth whiskey legend.
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Blanton's Original Single Barrel
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Jim Beam 8 Star Bourbon
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Imperial 15 Year Scotch
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Black Bottle Scotch
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Four Roses Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey
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Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey
The Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch is a no age statement, bottled-in-bond, straight Kentucky Bourbon whiskey from the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky. The Small Batch bourbon was first launched in 2013 and is named after Col. Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr., a firm supporter of the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. Even though there are no set guidelines or any fixed definition, a small batch bourbon is any bourbon that has been created by blending a relatively small number of barrels to achieve the flavour profile. A bottled-in-bond whiskey is distilled only once at one distillery in one season. Bottled-in-bond whiskeys also have to be aged for a minimum of four years. The Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897 was passed to guarantee customers of the authenticity of the whiskey and protect them from counterfeit products.