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Old Forester 1920 Straight Bourbon Whisky – Prohibition Style (57.5%)


Old Forester 1920 Straight Bourbon Whisky – Prohibition Style

Old Forester 1920 hits hard on the nostalgic history of bourbon production in America. While Prohibition was an undeniably bleak time in our country’s history, it elicits visions of speakeasies, forbidden spirits, and a devil-may-care attitude. Old Forester understands that nostalgia, which is why the fourth and final release in their Whiskey Row line of products is the 1920 Prohibition Style.

The Old Forester distillery is exceptional among all Kentucky bourbon producers, in that the same owners ran the production before, during, and after Prohibition. You can trust these guys know what they’re doing–there’s a continual flow of knowledge from master distillers going all the way back to the brand’s founding in 1870.

This Old Forester 1920 review will touch on what legal bourbon distilling looked like in 1920, and the reimagining of the product in the 1920 expression. We’ll bring you some reviews from Instagram whiskey influencers who know and love the Whiskey Row lineup and give you some tasting notes of what to expect in your glass with a pour of Old Forester 1920.



Old Forester 1920 Straight Bourbon Whisky – Prohibition Style

Region:  American Whiskey

Cherries and burnt maple syrup on the nose. Caramel, peppercorn, and char with nice heat on the palate. Long smokey oak finish.

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