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Bob_Loblaw

From the 1/2 oz I tried sandwiched in between 15 other 1/2 oz pours it’s a very good pour. Classic WT vanilla, toffee, spice on the palate and a long dry oaky finish. 
 

It’s a buy for me at $175, but I love the WT profile and I like a good amount of oak. 

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ptman2000

Has everyone else been seeing this in their markets?

 

i am in MD and haven’t seen hide nor hair anywhere I’ve looked. 

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fishnbowljoe

I saw one that was on the shelf behind the counter at a local store. I also saw that it had a sticky note on it with someone's name, so I didn't even bother asking the price. 

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Wedelstaedt
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3 hours ago, ptman2000 said:

Has everyone else been seeing this in their markets?

 

i am in MD and haven’t seen hide nor hair anywhere I’ve looked. 

I have only seen one bottle. Fair price.

 

I think this release has fewer bottles than some of the  previous releases. Also, WT has become the newest target for the Frenzied Taters.  Might account for this one being more rare than A Turkey Hen's Teeth. 

😃

 

Cheers

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B.B. Babington

I'll jump if ever see one.  I've been pleased with most aged limited turkeys (but not all).  I like what happens to turkey after say the 12-14 year mark.  Wish they'd do more especially since they have capacity to produce more.

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BottledInBond

It came to my market (MN) a while ago but was very scarce and disappeared quickly. I paid ~$200 for the one bottle I ever found

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0895

Couldn’t take not knowing what this tastes like for another night.

Anyway,

I get the cherry pie reference many talk about.  I can smell it gently wafting out of the glass a few feet away.

The sip is interesting.

This has that old bourbon taste to it, kind of like ER17, Orphan barrels, etc.

Mostly cherry pie filling up front, followed by faint caramel/vanilla, and some mature oak.  Liquid cherry pie is a great way to describe it, and with a little imagination you can almost taste the crust.

Elegant on the tongue, with a slight creaminess.

Finishes exactly how it should for the proof.

Wow.  I like this a lot.

 

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4 hours ago, 0895 said:

Couldn’t take not knowing what this tastes like for another night.

Anyway,

I get the cherry pie reference many talk about.  I can smell it gently wafting out of the glass a few feet away.

The sip is interesting.

This has that old bourbon taste to it, kind of like ER17, Orphan barrels, etc.

Mostly cherry pie filling up front, followed by faint caramel/vanilla, and some mature oak.  Liquid cherry pie is a great way to describe it, and with a little imagination you can almost taste the crust.

Elegant on the tongue, with a slight creaminess.

Finishes exactly how it should for the proof.

Wow.  I like this a lot.

 

5D427CBF-D717-45ED-9C7A-39F655572A1D.jpeg

Yeah. I had to put mine away because I was cruising through it way too fast.

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ptman2000

Boy, I really wish I could get myself a bottle of this....!?

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B.B. Babington
11 minutes ago, ptman2000 said:

Boy, I really wish I could get myself a bottle of this....!?

yep.  this is the only bottle I'm actually looking for right now

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JoeTerp
On 9/2/2020 at 9:02 PM, 0895 said:

Couldn’t take not knowing what this tastes like for another night.

Anyway,

I get the cherry pie reference many talk about.  I can smell it gently wafting out of the glass a few feet away.

The sip is interesting.

This has that old bourbon taste to it, kind of like ER17, Orphan barrels, etc.

Mostly cherry pie filling up front, followed by faint caramel/vanilla, and some mature oak.  Liquid cherry pie is a great way to describe it, and with a little imagination you can almost taste the crust.

Elegant on the tongue, with a slight creaminess.

Finishes exactly how it should for the proof.

Wow.  I like this a lot.

 

5D427CBF-D717-45ED-9C7A-39F655572A1D.jpeg

You're making me thirsty.  Glad I have one of these eventually making it's way over to me.

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