- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Barrel Proof
- New Charred White Oak Barrels
- Batch WT-03RB
- 54.1 % Vol.
- 750 ml
- Bottle code
- Batch WT-03RB
- Added on
- 12 Dec 2011 1:04 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Wild Turkey Rare Breed
17 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.68 points
- Quality style which will be always up to date
(neat) semi sweet, some sourness, very rich and balanced nose, ripe yellow pear, red apples, melon
(water) multi-layered nose, red apples, prunes, canned peaches, touch of salt in the background
(neat) very smooth and approachable at this strength, measured oak influence, cinnamon, sour cherries, bitterness
(water) wood spices, cinnamon, dried apricots, red apple peel
Medium long, sour sweet, some wood spices
- Best Bourbon ever. Intense, spicy, a lot of oak, great aromas, definitely neither too mild / weak chesty. Perfect.
- Tokyo Bourbon Bible
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
The following is a complete list of Rare Breed and 1855 Reserve batch numbers. Batch numbers were discontinued in 2014.
YearLabelBatch NumberProof1991Rare BreedW-T-01-91109.61991Rare BreedW-T-02-9111019921855 ReserveW-T-10-92110.01993Rare BreedW-T-01-93110.81993Rare BreedW-T-02-93Unknown1993Rare BreedW-T-03-93111.41994Rare BreedW-T-01-94112.219941855 ReserveW-T-01-94112.21994Rare BreedW-T-02-94109.619941855 ReserveW-T-02-94109.61995Rare BreedW-T-01-9510919951855 ReserveW-T-01-951091995Rare BreedW-T-02-951091996Rare BreedW-T-01-96108.819961855 ReserveW-T-01-96108.81997Rare BreedW-T-01-97108.61999Rare BreedW-T-01-99108.42003Rare BreedWT 03RB108.2Thank you John
- Solid whiskey, I tried it undiluted. I could not find the common solvents found in other bourbons.
Strong caramel note, vanilla, herbs, pepper, schnapps, dark chocolate, no solvent
Neat, oak, burnt marshmallows, tobacco, oily
Long, more sweetness, oak, the vanilla comes back, on the tongue at the second sip significantly drier
- Not really mine, do not understand the "hype".
Flowers, pepper, nutmeg, nougat, vanilla, solvents
Strong, orange, a lot of oak, tobacco, vanilla, pepper, apple, very spicy and alcoholic
Dry, intense, oak, pepper, medium alcoholic
surprised by this. Even though this is pretty straight forward and typically “Bourbon”,
I enjoyed it more than I expected. It is a bargain to boot and quite tasty.
Will look out for some other WT expressions in the future.
“Bourbon” as it gets for me. Vanilla, paint thinner, glue, coconut, and a lot
of wood. Somewhat sour and not as overly pungent, as some other Bourbons I’ve
had before. Oriental spices, with curcuma and coriander. Chicken broth? Quite
enjoyable! The gluey notes evaporate fast and we’re left with an infusion of
oak-soaked chocolate cake and caramelized corn.
to sip, even at this ABV. The initial blasts are what one would expect. Oak,
caramel, some more oak. What follows is symptomatic banana and the inevitable
corn sweetness. Mentholated apple cider?
Tannic, some mineral sootiness and vanilla. Bananas aplenty and a tough of
- Finally, a Bourbon, the rudimentary with Scottish single painting can keep up. Complex, intense and surprisingly good drinkable in cask strength. But also tolerates a few drops of water quite well. The typical Bourbon adhesive note is hardly pronounced here.
Very soft and round, vanilla, oranges, pine resin, honey, oak,
Sweet, slightly sour, orange juice, milk chocolate, fir honey and bark, a touch of leather
Warming, caramel, cloves, oak and nuts
- A typical bourbon.
Sweetness and solvents and the typical corn flavor of bourbon. The Aklohol numbs the nose
Britzeln on the tongue tip, sweetness, alcoholic sharpness, corn, heat, fresh wood
Medium, warm, sweet, solvent notes.
- Aroma: very intense, black pepper, then sweet, caramel, vanilla, honey, floral notes, oak, cinnamon
Taste: Spicy, lemon / orange peel, alcohol is stronger and tingles, oak, coffee, raisins / plums
Finish: very long, spicy, vanilla, warming, nuts, oak