Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Whiskey

Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Whiskey

(0.7l, 45%)

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Priceless Bourbon with noble ancestry

Sometime in the 1850s, an entire street in Louisville’s center was dedicated to Bourbon production, called Whiskey Row. Soon after that, the first Bourbon in sealed glass bottles was introduced and they called it Old Forester, named after Dr. William Forrester, the local pharmacist and a good patron of George G. Brown, the Whiskey maker. Now, who names their new product after their favorite customer anymore? Then, in 1910 (hence the name on the bottle), Old Forester had a fire in the bottling line, so in order to save the precious amber potion, they moved the batch into new, charred oak barrels. When they fixed the distillery and tried the stored Bourbon, their minds were blown. Not literally, obvs – the flavors were incredible.

Today, Old Forester 1910 is the final release in the Whiskey Row Series, and it emulates that rescued Whiskey in being moved to a heavily charred (almost burned) second barrel. When it’s mature enough, it’s bottled at 93 proof. Old Forester 1910 is a wonderful mad scientist’s experiment that delivers a unique and unprecedented flavor.

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What does Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Whiskey taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Whiskey and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.
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The temperatures of American warehouses are much higher, so the pace of maturation is much quicker for Bourbons than for Scotch Whiskies

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Dark golden brown

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Layered aromas of buttercream, toffee, cedar and apricot

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Smooth and well-rounded palate of sweet oatmeal cookies and milk chocolate, followed by flavors of caramel corn and spices.

Dominating charred oak finish with a spicy echo
Ratings & Reviews
Sweet at first, oakey, oily, butterscotch after first sip and throughout, not to spicy after first sip but oily. Maybe a little too much oak or butterscotch.
This was a great bourbon smooth,a light char and a little oakey. Easy drinking I got notes of Carmel. This was one of the best bourbons I have had, I will definitely buy this again!
Amazing smooth char flavor. This one flew off the shelves and is now hard to find around me.
I really liked this bourbon. Has all that I look for.
Ranks up there with the 1920. Try a 50/50 mix with the 1920 for “something special”.
This whiskey has tons of flavor. The nose is unique and very inviting. The palate is a bit of a mixed bag. At first it’s sweet, then the oaky-char really sets in. Smokey flavor then takes over, which is nice at first but the smoke really dominates the finish. I bought this for $48 at a big liquor store. It’s worth it to me at that price because I find it a unique arrow in the flavor quiver. However, I don’t consider this a super-frequent sipper because the smoke is so dominant. If you’re a collector like me, throw it on the bar. You’ll like having it to dip into!
Probably one of my favorites. The sweetness is perfectly balanced and provides a very well rounded drink. Love making coffee cocktails with this one.
Mild, good taste, consistent
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