Russell's Reserve Single Barrel "#17-400" (Rick House D, Floor 4, Row 30, Level 1) K&L Exclusive Kentucky Straight Bourbon (750ml)

SKU #1340281

Wild Turkey continues to impress us as a company and we've found that some of the best single casks we've tasted over the past few years (as well as some of the most delicious whiskies in general) have been coming from Jimmy Russell and the gang over in Lawrenceburg. Three generations of Russell's work together to keep Wild Turkey honest and we're proud to partner with them on these incredible single casks. Not only does the WT name equal incredible quality, flavor and depth, but these single barrels represent some of the final stocks coming from the old distillery which stopped producing in 2011. These final casks from that special distillery are still widely available, but one day bourbon collectors and afficiandos will look back on these old stocks with envy. While the new Wild Turkey distillery continues to produce top notch bourbon, there will be a day soon, when these barrels from the old wooden plant next to the Kentucky River, just aren't available any longer. Til then enjoy.

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Price: $64.99

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Alcohol Content (%): 55