Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Decades – whiskey review

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Decades

There’s something interesting about bourbon. Something, that tells me: „Hey! Reach for the next one 馃榿and I do it with pleasure. Maybe it’s the combination of the burnt wood and the caramel accent… I’m not quite sure, but I like it a lot.

Some say that all bourbons have similar taste. Well, in my opinion, the differences between bourbons are not as evident as we can find e.g. between The GlenDronach and Lagavulin, but just put a glass of a basic edition of Four Roses on the table right next to Elijah Craig or Evan Williams to see how much different those Whiskeys really are. Continue reading „Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Decades – whiskey review”

Jim Beam Honey – whiskey liqueur review

Jim Beam Honey

Okay … it’s time to start something new. I add a new category to the blog: „liqueurs. I already collected at least a dozen or so of them and this one – Jim Beam Honey will be there first to review. It is not Bourbon, it is not Whiskey, but I have to place this liquor somewhere.

Honey liqueur combined with Kentucky Straight Bourbon

35% ABV Continue reading „Jim Beam Honey – whiskey liqueur review”

Wild Turkey 101 Kentucky Straight Bourbon – review

Wild Turkey 101

I try to upload bourbon reviews regularly. Quite a while ago i took a sample of the Wild Turkey 101 to a vacation. That’s why the pics look a bit odd. Until now, I wrote reviews of more whiskeys from this distillery. At the end of the post you can find links to those tasting notes.

Wild Turkey 101

Wild Turkey 101

101 PROOF means 50.5% alcohol by volume

Kentucky Straight Bourbon

Matured for at least 6 years Continue reading „Wild Turkey 101 Kentucky Straight Bourbon – review”

Maker’s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky – review

Maker’s Mark

Kentucky Straight Bourbon WHISKY. Interestingly, Maker’s Mark does not use the name WhiskEY, typical of the American Bourbon.

Ageing time: minimum 4 years

45% ABV

Mash Bill: 70% corn, 16% red winter wheat, 14% malted barley

Color: amber +2, with copper sheen

Tasting notes

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