Bourbon Review: Wild Turkey Master’s Keep 17-Year-Old

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep 17-Year-Old (Media Sample) About this bourbon: Wild Turkey Master’s Keep hits stores in August with an MSRP of $150 and is 86.8 proof, which is this product’s barrel-proof. (Eddie Russell offers a proof explanation at GoBourbon.com.) At 17 years old, it’s the … Continue readingBourbon Review: Wild Turkey Master’s Keep 17-Year-Old

Four Roses 2013 Limited Edition Small Batch Review: Welcome Home

When Four Roses master distiller Jim Rutledge told me his anticipated 2013 Limited Edition Small Batch tasted better in the barrel than his 2012, I honestly thought the usually humble distiller was blowing smoke. Marketers tend to influence distillers to say things to push more … Continue readingFour Roses 2013 Limited Edition Small Batch Review: Welcome Home

Elijah Craig 21-year-old Single Barrel Bourbon: A Complex Ride

With the upcoming release of the Elijah Craig 21-year-old Single Barrel Bourbon (45% ALC/VOL), Heaven Hill Distillery has done it again. The family-owned distillery continues to deliver sensational value. (Note: This Elijah Craig 21-year-old was a media sample.) Earlier this year in my American Whiskey … Continue readingElijah Craig 21-year-old Single Barrel Bourbon: A Complex Ride