Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades

Bourbon

Wild Turkey // Kentucky, USA

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    Tasted
    4.75
    4.75 out of 5 stars
  2. ramsay

    Tasted
    4.25
    4.25 out of 5 stars
    Old Man Bar
  3. masewise

    Tasted
    4.25
    4.25 out of 5 stars
    Starts light, oily, and coats the mouth. Spice and proof shows up shortly after with a peppery cinnamon finish. Great whiskey.
  4. JottyT

    Tasted
    4.5
    4.5 out of 5 stars
    Whisk(e)y: Wild Turkey Decades – Master’s Keep The crème de la crème. I’ve been itching to sample this for quite some time now. In fact, it’s been a year since my last dram of this. The bottle has some good weight to it. The cork is comprised of a copper engraved top attached to the cork. The front and left side of the bottle has the turkey blown into it. This has wonderful detail and is a great display piece during and after the contents are emptied. When pouring this beauty into your glass it flows like water and seems quite thin for 52% ABV. If you’re new or not aware of why it’s called “Decades”, this is because the contents are different aged barrels ranging from 10 to 17 year bourbons. Alright – let’s get down to brass tax! Nose: Right off the bat you can get a slight sense of corn and cinnamon / brown sugar. One thing I can’t pin point is the faint floral note. Could be mint leaf / grass. There is also a smell of toasted nuts...likely the oak barrel since it is aged with multiple blends of different maturations. Palate: First sip and swirling it around you get pronounced brown sugar. Leather comes into play as well. Very, very, very few drams can perfect this and I dig what the Russell’s did here. Cinnamon follows along with a peppery spice. This definitely does not feel like 52% ABV. I personally find the finish quite short, but enjoyable. The front of the tongue feels the peppery heat and the taste buds get to dance around with the body of Decades. Overall: Is it good? Yes! Is it worth the price? Too much subjectivity – but if you live in an area where you cannot access this and will nurse it – get it! Any Wild Turkey fan will enjoy this, however, if you have never tried any WT products before or haven’t sampled a variety of what they have to offer I wouldn’t recommend buying this. Decades I find is more polished and slightly complex. If you know the different tasting notes this would be something worth trying. If you are one to not care for picking notes out, I would then recommend sticking to Rare Breed or 101. I would restock this one personally. Damn good sauce! #WildTurkeyDecades #OMG #WildTurkey #JimBeam #WhistlePig #ElijahCraig #Blantons #Bookers #EagleRare #WoodfordReserve #BuffaloTrace #Kentucky #Scotch #TheDalmore #Aberlour #TheBalvenie #Glenmorangie #Aultmore12 #HighlandPark #Nikka #Laphroaig #TheMacallan #Whisky #Whiskey #Bourbon #Rye #abvcrew #WhiskyReviews #IdrinkAndiKnowThings #FollowMeOnFacebook
    149.0 USD per Bottle
  5. Jacob-Hales

    Tasted
    3.75
    3.75 out of 5 stars
    Floral and brown sugar nose. Palette is very spicy with a quick spike of rich burn. Surprisingly smooth finish.
    Emory's on Silver Lake
  6. bjknotts

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    4.5
    4.5 out of 5 stars
  7. JaggyF

    Tasted
    3.25
    3.25 out of 5 stars
    5/29/19 Hosted at my house
  8. dforti1

    Tasted
    4.25
    4.25 out of 5 stars
    Really great bourbon. I had Decades back to back with 17 and Decades is just a more complex delicious sipper. Its one of the few bourbons i have had that starts with a big burst of chocolate. That is followed by gram crackers. Very smooth finish with no bite. Most whiskey i just taste whiskey, delicious bourbon and rye. This one is unique. Is it worth $125? Not really but it is good, and if you don’t care about price, go get it. It’s delicious and unique.
    125.0 USD per Bottle
    Houston
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