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'Tis the Season for Whiskey Row in November

The Old Forester Whiskey Row Series invites bourbon lovers to taste their way through Old Forester's history with each unique expression. Each release highlights Old Forester's significant milestones and production innovations on Louisville's Historic Whiskey Row. Kick off the holiday season with us and travel back in time with our collection of whisky treasures.

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1870 Original BatchThe whisky of our great-great grandfather.

Small batch of barrels from three warehouses to replicate George Garvin Brown’s batching process in 1870.

  • TASTE LIGHT & SOFT NOTES

    Meet the first expression in the Old Forester Whisky Row series.

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  • 1870 Appalachian Buck


    A spicy & refreshing ginger highball that’s ingredients can all be found along the Appalachian trail.

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  • PAIR WITH DRIED APRICOTS AND MANGOS


    Dried apricots and mangos make for the perfect light bite to enjoy with this citrus and spice forward spirit.

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1897 Bottled in BondSet the bar higher.

Small batch of barrels from one distilling season, in the same year, in a federally bonded warehouse, aged for a minimum of four years.

  • TASTE DARK & SPICY NOTES

    Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond is crafted to honor a watershed moment in bourbon history – the U.S. Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897.

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  • 1897 Maple Peach Smash


    Try your hand at this custom made contemporary cocktail - maple and peach marry together with the big spice and higher ABV of the 1897 to provide a strong and supporting structure and balance.

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  • Pair with a home-made trail mix of flavors


    Mix together caramels, butterscotch and your favorite salted chocolate caramel candy to bring out the robust, sweet aromatic and roasted coffee notes of 1897. Fans of spice can add dark chocolate covered coffee beans.

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1910 Old Fine WhiskyTwo barrels. One fine bourbon.

Small batch of barrels that have undergone a second barreling, emulating the production process as a result of a fire on the bottling line in 1910.

  • TASTE CREAMY & CHARRED OAK NOTES

    Today mimicking this historic bottling, this unique expression of Old Forester has undergone a second barreling, granting it exceptional character, a smooth and sweet flavor and a clean, crisp finish.

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  • 1910 Double Barrel Espresso Martini


    The double aged 1910 provides a rich aroma, while maintaining it's flavor profile against the strong coffee notes in this classic cocktail.

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  • OLD FORESTER 1910 PECAN BANOFFEE COOKIES


    A brown sugar cookie with banana, butterscotch chips, and rolled in crushed toasted pecans. Bake to enjoy with Old Forester 1910 on the rocks or neat.

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1920 Prohibition StyleBefore. During. After

Small batch of barrels presented at 115 proof representing the typical barrel proof of Bourbon at that time.

  • TASTE WOODSY & WARM NOTES

    The only bourbon continuously sold by the same company that has been available for sale before, during and after Prohibition.

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  • 1920 Brown Derby


    A classic cocktail created during the Prohibition for our beloved Whiskey Row Prohibition Style Whiskey, Old Forester 1920.

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  • Pair with Chocolate Dipped Bourbon Modjeskas


    A handmade marshmallow, wrapped in caramel, hand-dipped in bourbon dark chocolate then sprinkled with smoked sea salt. Truly a decadent and one-of-a-kind confection.

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