Old Forester Bourbon  750ml
SKU 828123

Old Forester Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 89 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Bright grain expressions bringing together a mighty sweet corn element together with a crisp and spicy rye declaration. Sweet ginger with the nutmeg punch, cantaloupe with black tea. More lemon custard than creme brulee, this classic bourbon harmonizes depth and brightness of its grains.
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AROMA Sharp and sweet, with a strong floral character that swirls with hints of mint, rich tobacco leaf and vanilla. TASTE A touch of oak and pine provides a strong underpinning. Sharp at first, but softens quickly, with hints of oak, sweet corn and rye grain character. Spicy, with soft vanilla and light orange notes. FINISH Long, warm and slightly drying. Nice level of sweetness.

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Producer Old Forester

Country: United States

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