View Full Version : Turkey liquer

11-23-2003, 16:57
Sorry if this is an old topic

Has anyone out there tried the new wild turkey liquer? I was confused the other day in the liquor store, because I saw it on a shelf next to other liquers. A second glance revealed why: its not bourbon, but some kind of herbal concoction made with Turkey, an infusion of herbs or other flavorings (sorry, I didn't write down exactly what) and honey. Doesn't sound half bad... maybe it could replace that disgusting abomination known as S******n C*****t in a lot of drink recipes.

Has anyone tried this? Didn't see any references to it on the board.

11-23-2003, 17:08
Here is the most info I could find on it - its not much.

Wild Turkey Liqueur (http://www.wildturkeybourbon.com/flock/bottxt7.htm)


11-23-2003, 17:31
I found this thread (http://www.straightbourbon.com/ubbthreads/showthreaded.php?Cat=&Number=18480&page=&view=&sb= 5&o=) about it from a while back. Not too much info but some that may help you.

11-23-2003, 20:10
Heh, heh. What if I just put some honey in some WT bourbon? Whatever I got, i'd bet it would be good.


11-24-2003, 20:44
By the way, it's not new -- you semi-regularly see example of it on Ebay from the tax-stamped (pre-1980) era. Apparently, not found everywhere, however.