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The third member of the Old Forester Whiskey Row Series, which invites bourbon lovers to taste their way through Old Forester history through each unique expression.
In 1920, Prohibition began prohibiting the production, transport, and sale of alcohol. However, Old Forester was one of six distilleries to receive a permit to continue selling Old Forester for medicinal purposes. Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style, presented at 115 Proof, is a small batch of barrels representing a barrel sample that would have been batched at the beginning of Prohibition, resulting in a woodsy and warm Bourbon.
The third member of the Old Forester Whiskey Row Series, which invites bourbon lovers to taste their way through Old Forester history through each unique expression. With each release, the series highlights significant milestones and production innovations on Louisville’s Historic Whiskey Row.Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style is a small batch of barrels presented at 115 proof representing a barrel sample at that time. At 115 Proof, 1920 Prohibition Style is woodsy & warm.
The Whiskey Row Series invites bourbon lovers to taste their way through Old Forester history with each unique expression. With each release, the Whiskey Row Series tells the story of production innovations on Louisville's Historic Whiskey Row.
Neat or on the rocks.
2017 Whiskies of the World Awards Gold Medal2018 Whiskey Advocate 91 Point Rating
Rich chestnut red.
An intense medley of cherry preserves, drippy caramel, dark chocolate, thickened maple syrup and seasoned oak spiciness.
Dark caramel coats layers of malt nuttiness and sweet graham cracker, all warmed by green peppercorn and coriander spice brightened with a hint of cedar.
Tart apple crispness gives way to a long smoky finish full of toasted marshmallow, chocolate and graham sweetness.
WARNING: Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects.
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