Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades Bourbon

The second and latest release in the Wild Turkey Master's Keep collection is ready to consume, and it's another bourbon a great story that is blended masterfully. Wild Turkey Master's Keep Decades Bourbon celebrates Master Distiller Eddie Russell on his 35th anniversary at Wild Turkey. The son of bourbon baron Jimmy Russell, who he still distills with side by side, had to learn the bourbon business from the ground up starting in 1981 when he clocked in for his first day of work. Now, Eddie finally gets a share of the well-deserved spotlight with Decades, a blend of whiskies aged 10 to 20 years and bottled at 104 proof.

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