Look at this scandalously bold Turkey! Is it wild? Not so much… We suspect the W in this brand name stands for ‘wonky’. Starting in the 1960s, the small Spanish distillery Magisa made the bold move to release a blended whisky under the Wild Turkey name – despite having absolutely no affiliation to the famous bourbon brand. We’re not sure how they got away with it, but it sure is a… marketing trick. The whisky was sourced from Scotland and blended in Spain by Magisa. The company operated from the 1950s until its closure in the late 1980s. It possibly produced whisky specifically for the Canary Islands. W. Turkey is a curious bit of whisky history! Very cool to have in any collection, highly likely very awful if you decide to drink it!