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Old Forester’s Stellar Limited Edition Bottled in Bond Bourbon Released – Robb Report

Old Forester’s Stellar Limited Edition Bottled in Bond Bourbon Released – Robb Report

A Celebratory Toast with Old Forester’s New Limited Edition Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon

Roll out the barrel and sound the trumpets because Bourbon enthusiasts are in for a wonderful surprise. The legend of Kentucky Bourbon, Old Forester, is raising the bar again with the launch of their new limited edition Bottled-In-Bond bourbon.

Here Comes the Master’s Craft – Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style

Old Forester already has a legacy of producing top-notch Bourbons dating back to 1870. Over the years, it has gained a reputation for crafting quality bourbon with consistency and dedication. The latest addition to their premium range, the Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style, is an exquisite representation of the master’s craft.

The Bottled-in-Bond label, as per the Bottled-In-Bond Act of 1897, mandates that the bourbon must be the product of one distillation season, by one distiller, at one distillery, aged in a bonded warehouse for at least four years and bottled at 100 proof. This assures the consumer ‘integrity in the glass,’ a promise of quality that Old Forester takes very seriously.

The Story of Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style

Inspired by the era of prohibition, the Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style delves into the history when the 18th Amendment was ratified in the United States. This period saw several distilleries shutting down their operations, but not Old Forester. In fact, it was one of the few entities permitted to continue the distillation and sale of whiskey for ‘medicinal’ purposes.

Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style – First Impression

A quick glance at the Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style, and you’ll immediately notice its intensely dark, amber hue, suggesting a rich and robust flavor profile. The bottle itself is majestic, with “1920” engraved boldly, affirming the historical connection.

A “Flavor Fiesta” for the Taste Buds

And then comes the tasting. Once you uncork the bottle, you get wafts of warm vanilla, sweet caramel, and a hint of fruit mingling with spices. The inviting aroma draws you in, but it is the tantalizing taste that ultimately steals the show.

The bourbon smoothly dances on the palate, leaving traces of intense caramel and chocolate undertones. You’ll also sense a mélange of dark cherry, graham cracker and clove which culminates to an enduring finish, complimented by a pleasingly warm hint of cinnamon and oak. It’s a “flavor fiesta” that keeps your taste buds fully entertained!

Old Forester Steps into the Spotlight

The Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style’s excellent craftsmanship has not gone unnoticed. With its deep flavor profile and unmatched quality, it’s no surprise that it’s already making waves in the Bourbon world.

This deeply engaging, high-proof spirit takes you on a historical journey whilst retaining Old Forester’s timeless charm and showcasing their mastery in Bourbon production. Truly, a bourbon lover’s delight, it is no doubt a stellar addition to the Old Forester family.

Final Words – Old Forester Continues to Charm

To sum it up, the Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon is a delightful combination of history, quality, and flavor that goes beyond its roots. It’s an enriching experience to see how Old Forester has managed to capture the spirit and essence of the prohibition era, presenting it brilliantly in this exceptional product.

Grab your bottle while you can because this limited edition bourbon is sure to fly off the shelves in no time. Here’s to Old Forester, its continuing charm, and this superb new offering. Cheers!

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Written by Emma Jones

Emma Jones has been writing about the spirits industry for the past five years. She has a degree in journalism and has written for several publications. Emma is passionate about the history and culture of whiskey and bourbon, and loves to share her knowledge with her readers. She is an active member of the Bourbon Women Association and the Kentucky Distillers Association. Emma is also a frequent speaker at whiskey and bourbon events, and has been featured in several publications and podcasts. She is dedicated to educating her readers on the history and culture of whiskey and bourbon, and is always looking for new ways to share her knowledge.

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