1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review [In Depth]
1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond
1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond Details
Distillery: Old Forester
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
Composition: 72% corn, 18% rye, 10% malted barley
Aged: At least 4 years old
Price: I have no idea
From the back of the bottle:
No other whisky in the world is made like Old Forester. It gest its final flavor and color solely from the unique maturation process. The process is slow and natural, but extremely necessary, for only in this manner does Old Forester become Great Whisky.
1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond overview
1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond smell
1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond taste and aftertaste
1980s Old Forester Bottled in Bond has nice roundness and viscosity, but it’s not a hefty bourbon like the modern Old Forester Barrel Proof. It is an upgrade from the modern Old Forester Bottled in Bond though.
1980's Old Forester Bottled in Bond Rating
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