Wild Turkey Bourbon

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  • jlwatts1 posted 2 months ago

    My father grew up in Eastern Kentucky and always kept a bottle of Wild Turkey around. I still have his last bottle bought sometimes in the 80s which is kept for those occasions when I reminisce about him. Wild Turkey remains my go to bourbon for everyday and cocktails. For drinking neat, I go to the Kentucky Spirit or Rare Breed.

  • Liquor.com posted 4 years ago

    Hate to disappoint you, but we doubt these have much value. Liquor companies give out items like this by the thousands, and in all likelihood they're not very old.

  • Delores W Freeman posted 4 years ago

    I have Wild Turkey Earbobs from Liquor Distributor. Parents owned liquor store - these earbobs were adv/gift - don't know the year. Curious about value today. One pair has never been worn. Would appreciate any info.

  • leroy clem posted 4 years ago

    i have been drinking wild turkey now for most of my adult life (i am 68years old) and i will not drink any thing else. i have drank 81 proof, 101 proof and my favorite, rare breed, 108.6 proof. i did not know there were 11 different types of turkey. if they are as good as the other three, i am sure i will be happy with them as well.

  • Liquor.com posted 4 years ago

    Try the brand's Russell's Reserve. It's a longer-aged version of Wild Turkey that's hand-selected by distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell.

  • bobv posted 5 years ago

    Anything available that tastes close to American Spirit?

  • Scott R posted 5 years ago

    After many years of trying different beer and mixed drinks, I have found the perfect drink for my taste - Wild Turkey 101 8yr mixed with diet coke (sweetened w/splenda). Perfect.

  • Joe Lyons posted 5 years ago

    My Great/ Great/Great uncle invented Wild turkey. His sister was eliza Jane Ripy who married in Ireland my Greatr/great/ great Grand pa Thomas e. Lyons. Thomas e Lyons and my grandfather (Thomas grandson invented Delaware punch in san antonio , Texas . The product sold 15 million bottles in 1923 only second to coke. Joe Lyons.

  • w thomas kimberly posted 5 years ago

    I so agree,,,best sipping liquor out there,,,one of our first bottles enjoyed snowed in after a five foot snow,,,sat the next day in 50 degree high sun blue sky day watching the snow melt with some honey.

  • cosmiccowboy714 posted 5 years ago

    I have been a Wild Turkey drinker since 1976,either straight or with a splash of 7up.

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