This 43.4 percent ABV bourbon started its journey accidentally, when Eddie Russell was faced with a surplus of booze and a lack of warehouse space, leading him to leave his bourbon to age in stone warehouses—quite different from the standard wooden warehouses at Wild Turkey. 17 years later, the result is a smokey, creamy, citrus candy-flavored bourbon with a sweet caramel finish.
At a suggested retail price of $150, you only have a limited amount of time to get your hands on the bottle that proves following in your parent's footsteps has its perks. And, to think, my parents wanted me to be a rodeo clown.
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