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Old Forester 2018 Birthday Bourbon

2018 Birthday Bourbon

The 2018 Old Forester Birthday Bourbon was drawn from 12 year old barrels from different warehouses and floors. A total of 120 barrels; 93 barrels matured together on the 3rd floor, on the Northwest side of Warehouse J. The remaining 27 barrels matured together on the 3rd floor, on the Northwest side of Warehouse I.

Barreled on June 9, 2006 – Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2018 is presented at 101 Proof. This is the first Birthday Bourbon vintage to be bottled at the new Old Forester Distilling Co. on Louisville’s Historic Whiskey Row.

2017 International Wine and Spirits Competition - Outstanding
2017 Ultimate Spirits Challenge - Ultimate Recommendation, Extraordinary
2016 Whiskies of the World Awards - Gold Medal
A bottle of Old Forester 2018 Birthday Bourbon on a black background.
  • Aroma

    Rich Mahogany. Singularly focused initially with a pronounced rich dark cherry cobbler note opening into a dynamic build of caramel and dark chocolate covered smoked almond nuttiness with hints of charred oak.

  • Taste

    A touch of herbal lemon tea sweetened with a touch of honey round out its depth of character. Subtle sweetness blossoms into a warm and green spiced multi-dimensional experience, brightened by a lemon honey note followed by a cherry cobbler.

  • Finish

    Long and drying with an herbal lemon honey sweetness.

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