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  • proper n. A brand of bourbon whiskey from Kentucky.


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  • The crew made three trash cans full of excellent punch -- the Wild Turkey was the best, I think.

    Max Watman: Hot Fun in the Summer: Wrapping Up Tales of the Cocktail

  • After we left Beaubien, I had casually mentioned the need for more alcohol, so we had come up to his room to smoke instead of going for a walk, since it was in his room that he could properly introduce me to his bottle of Wild Turkey, which is not the most expensive whiskey, but in the right light it can look very attractive, and Tinkle's room had the right light.

    Wake Up, Sir!

  • Tennessee Honey's closest competitor, however, is Wild Turkey's American Honey.

    Tony Sachs: You Don't Know Jack, Honey: Jack Daniel's Introduces Tennessee Honey Liqueur

  • A bottle of Wild Turkey and a bottle of Jose Cuervo sat on the plastic table between us.

    Mercy Kill

  • I slipped on my flannel pajamas, grabbed the bottle of Wild Turkey, and climbed into bed.

    Mercy Kill

  • He poured a shot of Wild Turkey in a lowball glass and slid it in front of me.

    Mercy Kill

  • He gestured to the empty bottles of Wild Turkey, lined on the counter like good little soldiers.

    Mercy Kill

  • Ron looked at the kid with the crew-cut and picked up the bottle of Wild Turkey, watching him shake his head and shiver like a sparrow.

    We're All Guys Here

  • The half finished bottle of Wild Turkey, left open since last night's dinner, stood next to the revolver.

    We're All Guys Here

  • I pop two Vicodins, wash them down with my beer, and order another, plus a shot of Wild Turkey.

    Soul Trapper


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