Wild Turkey Longbranch Small Batch Bourbon

Wild Turkey Longbranch Small Batch Bourbon

(0.75l, 43%)


7.6/10
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$36.99
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Alright, alright, alright!

And by Kentuckywood we mean it was made in Kentucky with some help from Hollywood. Well, okay, from Texas, actually. One day, Matthew McConaughey said "Alright, alright, alright" and called the Bourbon legend Eddie Russel of Wild Turkey and told him he'd love to make a special kind of Whiskey. And they did. They compared notes, Matthew made a lot of calls in the middle of the night, and they created Longbranch. Longbranch means an extending welcoming hand and it's not-so-secret secret is Mesquite. It's the actor's favorite grilling wood and it grows in Texas. They used it to refine the Bourbon and give it "that scent you remember."

Now, we know involving celebrities in anything is like betting on an aging horse that lives on sour mash Whiskey. It could go either way. But this time, it seems McConaughey really put himself into the process and one of the indicators the Master Distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell themselves are confident in this collaboration is the fact that this is the first time Eddie Russell isn't the only one signed on the bottle. He shares that sacred space with McConaughey. So, hum and pound your chest like a Wolf from Wall Street and have a sip of this rare and special potion. 
  • Category
  • Style
    Straight Bourbon Whiskey
  • Region
    Kentucky
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    43%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS
  • Maturation
    Mesquite barrels

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caramel
spicy
syrup
smoky
charred
toasted oak
vanilla
corn
grain
What does Wild Turkey Longbranch Small Batch Bourbon taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Golden.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Vanilla syrup and corn sweetness on the nose with hints of toasty grains.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Caramel and spices on the palate with subtle smokiness and a hint of oak and char. It's warm and smooth from start to finish.

Finish
Warm and dry with a trail of caramel and spice with a final hint of smoke.
Ratings & Reviews
Chase
Chase,
Touch of smoke enhances boozy cocktails like the boulevardier
 
Griff
Griff,
I was ready to dismiss this before I had my first taste. Boy was I wrong. Great taste and awesome finish. Worth trying!
 
Bret
Bret,
Much better then I had hoped. Smooth and a little sweet at first, nice, somewhat short, rye finish. I'm not a Wild Turkey guy, but the mesquite charcoal gives it a nice flavor from start to finish. Definitely drink again.
 
Lori
Lori,
Nice and smooth on the rocks. No additives required
 
Richard
Richard,
Pretty standard Wild Turkey fare... can't taste much difference from the 101. Nice but not memorable
 
Derek
Derek,
The mesquite charcoal adds a unique note to Wild Turkey, but it also removes the oils that make Wild Turkey enjoyable. Very short linger, and less complexity in this Longbranch version.
 
Brian
Brian,
Well, being a bourbon guy ..... this is way better than any Wild Turkey I’ve ever had. Smooth and great flavor and not a “haaaaa” kind of finish from wild turkey.
 
Rebekah
Rebekah,
One of our favorite
 
Amanda
Amanda,
Phenomenal!!!
 
Miro
Miro,
Very clean tasting, dry not overly sweet. Little alcohol on the back side but heck at $32.00. When tasted on the rocks it’s very light but flavor is there.
 
Kyle
Kyle,
Smooth light and smoky bourbon.
 
Aaron
Aaron,
Very smooth and flavorful. For the price point a good everyday sipper.
 
Joe
Joe,
Had some of this last night at a bar (one ice cube). I really enjoyed it. It’s ridiculously smooth. There’s a gentle mesquite smokiness balanced with both sweet and spicy. I’m not usually impressed by celebrity ‘vanity’ projects but I have to say that Mr. McConaughey and Mr. Wild Turkey made something great here.
 
Ken
Ken,
Smooth and tasty, you just can't go wrong with anything from Wild Turkey.
 
guest
guest,
If you like a smooth bourbon with caramel, smoke, and spice, this is the bourbon for you. Sadly, it’s wasn’t my favorite for the price.
 
Roger
Roger,
Tasty and smooth with the perfect hint of smokiness hidden in every sip. Definitely unique enough to make my collection. Bravo
 
Zack
Zack,
middle of the road aroma, above average complexity and drinkability, a little expensive for what it is
 
Madison
Madison,
Solid, drinkable bourbon. Isn't too harsh and has a nice sweet smokiness.
 
Michael
Michael,
Interesting take on bourbon. Different in finish than what was expected, but the perspective will grow on you. Quite good.
 
Jedediah
Jedediah,
Pretty nice mixing byron. Great in an old fashion.
 
John
John,
You can really taste the mesquite, it has more of a bite than some others but still good.
 
Benjamin
Benjamin,
Nice flavor, but a bit soft at the low proof. Very drinkable, but could be so much more.
 
Will
Will,
Its a good albeit a little too simple for the price. Solid bourbon all in all.
 
James
James,
As smooth as its creator most pleasant indeed. Wood notes give it a nice finish.
 
Marlon
Marlon,
Oh man! This is a superb collaboration if there ever was one..the best of Kentucky and Texas. I had the privilege of tasting this in Kentucky at Wild Turkey’s Distillery and it didn’t disappoint. The hint of mesquite blends nicely with WT’s mash bill to give you a gentleman sipping bourbon. I’ve since bought two bottles for my enjoyment.
 
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