So this is my fourth summer with turkeys. My first year I accidently purchased 4 Royal Palm poults (we were told they were Broad Breasted Whites). They never got very big, but our Thanksgiving turkey was so amazingly delicious that we decided to try again the next year with several Bourbon Reds. Those were awesome too, and the third year I decided to try one more breed and purchased Naragansets. Somehow I ended up getting a Broad Breasted Bronze tom turkey in the batch. He was 29lb butchered at something like 20 weeks compared to the maybe 16lb Narraganset tom at around 28 weeks. Unfortunately, we pieced the BBB, smoked some, made sausage with some, had turkey breast cuttlets and so forth. It was all quite tasty, but I never actually roasted one, Thanksgiving style to see how it tasted. This summer I have a bunch of heritage turkeys again, a mix of Narraganset, Broad Breated Bronze and Black Spanish and every day they're flying over the fence (even after having wings trimmed) and at 13 weeks the hens are smaller than my 9 week old chickens. I'm wondering if I should just order BBB next year. Has anyone done an actual taste comparison?