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Seventeen years is old for a bourbon, but Master's Keep spent a lot of those years in stone warehouses, which are more forgiving than the more common wooden storehouses, slowing down maturation and allowing the liquid to spend more time in cask. The result is a moreish, chewy bourbon with plenty of cinnamon and green almond. Remarkably fresh given its age.Please note there is minor damage to the inside of the boxes. [+]