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Wild Turkey Rare Breed Straight


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Technical sheet

Category:Whiskey (Spirits)
Producer: Nichols Distilling Company
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 58.4%
Country: United States
Nichols Distilling Company produces the Wild Turkey Rare Breed Straight ($48.88), a whiskey with origins in United States showing an alcohol content of 58.4%. Rated with 4 of 5 points according to Drinks&Co's users.

Description of Wild Turkey Rare Breed Straight

Wild Turkey Rare Breed Straight


  • Color: light amber color with golden flashes red.
  • Aroma: Aromatic notes of plums, raisins, marzipan, almonds, green apples, pepper, cinnamon and ginger.
  • Taste: rich and sweet flavor, with hints of cinnamon, cooked apples, licorice, spices and honey. With a long sweet finish.

PRODUCER: Wild Turkey.

COUNTRY: United States.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: This exquisite bourbon is produced with the finest malted cereals, which are then distilled in pot stills vertical stainless steel. During the aromas and flavors are added extra. The distilled product is not mixed with water and aged in American oak, where previously other bourbon añejaron. This process takes about 12 years. This whiskey should be eaten cold or with ice, can also be eaten at room temperature, in order to enjoy its aromas and flavors.

ALCOHOL: 56.4%

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Wild Turkey's very own Jimmy Russell is the longest-tenured active master distiller in the world. For over 60 years, he's preserved a tradition that dates back generations. The ultimate craftsman and true ambassador for America's native spirit, he's even known as the Buddha of Bourbon by some. His legendary status is no surprise, considering that he's never wavered on quality. And while he claims he's just "Plain old Jimmy from Kentucky," within the community of bourbon makers, he's often called one more thing: "The Master Distiller's Master Distiller."
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