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There are some days when it’s nice to just kick back, relax, and enjoy a nice glass of your favorite bourbon. Whether you like it neat or mixed with some sweet tea (don’t knock it til you try it), there’s something about bourbon that helps take the edge off.
Chances are good that you already have a preferred bourbon, but did you know that there are new and exciting blends and flavors regularly entering the market? One great example of this is Wild Turkey’s Decades bourbon.
This interesting bourbon comes from one of the oldest distilleries in the United States, so we want to give it the attention it deserves. But before we get nose deep into the decades offering from Wild Turkey, let’s take a moment and discuss what makes it a bourbon.
What Makes It a Bourbon?
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The history of Templeton Rye whiskey is a rocky one. It hasn’t always gotten good reviews and they’ve recently done a lot of rebranding and made some changes to help improve it.
In this review, we’ll talk about the history of the brand and the way it tastes now, but just know, a new Templeton Rye is coming in 2022, and only time will tell if these new marketing efforts have paid off.
Templeton Rye History
While Templeton Rye is a well-known brand today, it started in the prohibition era as a type of rye whiskey produced by numerous farmers in Carroll County, Iowa. It was how farmers supplemented their income when things got tough.
The term ‘Templeton rye’ was used to refer to any whiskey made in the vicinity of Templeton, Iowa. It wasn’t made by one particular person and, because it was illegal to manufac