10 years is a great, benchmark number to age bourbon. Think Eagle Rare, Michters, Old Rip, Henry McKenna. This is no different.
On the nose, you’ll get spicy notes from the rye. Some cracked pepper and wood.
The taste is a bit of spice, then oak, caramel, vanilla, and cracked green pepper. There’s some peanut butter hidden in the back too. This is rather full bodied for only 90 proof. Like all Wild Turkey products, this is hot and spicy.
10 year old bourbon is so classic that you’ll want as many as you can on your shelf. This one won’t break the bank.
75% Corn, 13% Rye, 12% Malted Barley
Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, USA