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

Scoring: Blade & Bow 22-year-old, Booker’s Dot’s Batch, Temperance Trader & Michter’s Rye

I will now score products on this blog. I’ve professionally judged spirits in several competitions, including the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and the World Whiskies, and have published tasting notes and or scores in national magazines. But this is the first time I’ve pursued … Continue readingScoring: Blade & Bow 22-year-old, Booker’s Dot’s Batch, Temperance Trader & Michter’s Rye

Heaven Hill Drops One Age Statement, Moves Another to the Back

Heaven Hill Brands is dropping the 6-year-old age statement for Fighting Cock. Company officials cited “supply challenges” for the label change. A Heaven Hill spokesperson said the age statement was removed to accommodate a tight future supply of aging Heaven Hill bourbon, particularly of Evan Williams … Continue readingHeaven Hill Drops One Age Statement, Moves Another to the Back