Excerpt: Then the sweeter side kicks in, with powdered sugar donuts, caramel chew, and vanilla latte coming through. Spice takes over toward the finish line in a hefty, medium finish. Perfect for cocktails.
Excerpt: The taste is mouth-puckeringly dry and sweet with honey and apple notes at first, then a spicy dry rub barbecue spiciness kicks in along with a touch of sawdust. The finish is dusty and dry with a lingering spiciness.
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Sweet clove, cinnanmon, light corn. Thick rich vanilla cream, light mild citrus. Faint cocoa. Really, really reminiscent of many other WT products. From the nose, Id have assumed WT101.
Nice and sweet. Creamy vanilla, some dough here. Theres a good bit of spice growing, nice clove is balancing the sweetness. Overall, its pretty rich flavor.
Medium length. Sweet and balanced nicely by spice. Its really quintessential turkey throughout.
I'll be straight with you all - I'm not sure I could taste this against other WT products and tell it blind. This is NOT a bad thing. Sitting here, knowing it's different it does seem a bit richer, but that could simply be power of suggestion. Overall, I really enjoy it. There's no doubt that it comes from WT. If it were priced a little better - I'd probably buy it. I like that some producers are releasing 375ml bottles - but I wish they'd stop pricing them like 750s and calling them LEs. Oh well.
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