Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Bourbon

Old Forester

1920 Prohibition Style

(0.75l, 57.5%)


8.5/10
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Old Forester not only survived Prohibition, it is paying tribute to it with its 1920s style Bourbon.

Aging Whiskey was not a common thing in the U.S. in the 19th century. Consequently this was also the era of added sweetener and acid and tobacco dye (shudder). But a young man named George Garvin Brown -a pharmaceutical salesman from Kentucky- was a man before his time, a visionary that saw the need for high quality Whiskeys. After saving his pennies, he and his brother opened the J.T.S. Brown & Bro. Distillery, and began distilling Bourbon.

And, much unlike other U.S. distillers in that era, Brown took his time, and aged his Bourbon like a champ. The distillery's first release, Old Forester, was introduced in 1870. It was aged in oak casks and sealed in glass bottles, said to retain the quality of the Spirit. The Bourbon even survived Prohibition, when it continued to be distilled for medicinal purposes. It is the only Bourbon continuously distilled and marketed by the founding family before, during and after Prohibition.

Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Bourbon is the third release in the Old Forester Whiskey Row series. A 115 proof expression that “celebrates the brand’s continued distillation during Prohibition,” when Old Forester was granted a permit to continue distilling on Louisville’s Whiskey Row. This Whiskey is bold on the nose, with deliciously intense notes of cherry, caramel and dark chocolate. The palate is rich with sweet caramel, nuttiness, and cedar. The finish is wonderfully tart with a long smoky finish.

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  • Style
    Bourbon
  • Region
    Kentucky
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    57.5%
  • Distillery
  • Bottler
    Old Forester

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caramel
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spicy
cherry
sweet
smoky
maple syrup
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herbs
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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Caramel

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Cherry preserves, caramel, dark chocolate, maple syrup oak spice

Taste / Flavor / Palate
Dark caramel, malt nuttiness, sweet graham cracker, green peppercorn, coriander spice, and a hint of cedar

Finish
Long and smoky, full of toasted marshmallow, chocolate and graham cracker sweetness
Ratings & Reviews
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Ted
Ted,
I love it had an amazing taste and after the fact other flavors started appearing had hints of vanilla and caramel mainly but deffinetly one of my new favorites
Wes
Wes,
Excellent!
Marlon
Marlon,
Glad to get my hands on this. Taste the rich caramel and spicy bite. Enjoyed best with ice.
Tom
Tom,
Love this bourbon, easily made it into my top 3. At 115 proof I prefer it with ice or a little water
Ross
Ross,
As good as OFBB at about a fourth of the price.
Jennifer
Jennifer,
Good
anonymous
anonymous,
Great bourbon!
Scott
Scott,
This is my staple bourbon. Nice and well rounded with Carmel notes and a smooth finish despite its alcohol content. Excellent in old fashioneds
anonymous
anonymous,
I love everything about this
Michael
Michael,
Not top shelf, but certainly should be on your top shelf. Has the sting, the sweet and the smooth you want from a good bourbon.
Jay
Jay,
Banana bread
anonymous
anonymous,
Love it!!!
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