How do you drink a Rare Breed?
Neat, Splash or Rocks: I generally prefer my bourbon neat, but adding a splash of water to Rare Breed brings out more toffee-like sweetness, however, it also kills most of the rye spice and burn.
How old is Rare Breed?
Rare Breed is a blend of 6, 8, and 12 year old bourbons, and though this blend of ages is not detailed on the label, it has been confirmed by Wild Turkey Brand Ambassador Matt Gandolfo in a Bourbon Pursuit podcast.
How old is Russell’s Single barrel?
8-10 years old
Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel has a lot going for it: it’s almost barrel proof offering the closest to barrel proof you can get from a readily-available single barrel Wild Turkey bourbon, it’s not age stated but barrels tend to range from 8-10 years old, and it takes advantage of unique flavor nuances from barrel to …
Is Russell’s Reserve the same as Wild Turkey?
Russell’s Reserve was also created to have a different profile than Wild Turkey-branded whiskeys (from what I recall more to Jimmy Russell’s liking), hence the different brand name.
What does it mean when someone says you’re a Rare Breed?
a person or thing with characteristics that are unusual among people or things of their kind. He’s that rare breed of politician who has remained true to his ideals.
What do you mix wild turkey rare breed with?
While I don’t have any facts to back this up, Rare Breed is the Wild Turkey release that seems to be the perfect compromise between father and son. Rare Breed is a mix of old and young whiskies. It’s blend of 6, 8, and 12 year old barrels that are bottled at cask strength (no water added).
What proof is Russell’s Reserve?
Individually bottled at 110 proof and non-chill filtered to guarantee maximum flavor, each barrel has its own personality yet still captures our signature toffee and vanilla tones. Rich oaky notes meet an intense spiciness, which creates a robust taste that is best experienced right out of the bottle.