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Old Forester was the first bourbon to be sold to customers exclusively in sealed bottles. It was introduced around 1870 by George Garvin Brown, founder of the Brown-Forman Beverage Company. Those days dishonest retailers often sold spirits bearing reputable whiskey makers’ names adulterated with poor quality distillates colored with iodine, tobacco and other flavorful ingredients. The label of Old Forester has always featured statement “this whisky is distilled by us only” followed by George Garvin Brown’s signature. Old Forester Bourbon is still produced in Early Times Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky from mash containing 72% corn, 18% rye and 10% malted barley.
Nose: classic notes of vanilla and caramel, plums, bananas, touch of coconut and delicate spicy and oaky notes.
Palate: follow-up to the nose, vanilla, caramel, honey, cherries, rye bread, touch of tobacco, hints of allspice and oak.
Finish: pretty long and spicy, with notes of vanilla, caramel and candied fruit.