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Drink Review: Old Forester 86 Proof Bourbon

A bottle of Old Forester Classic 86 Proof bourbon, the recipe of which is in keeping with the style of when it was first introduced by George Garvin Brown in 1870. High in rye content, this is full bodied and rich.

Old Forester 86 Review:

Rye generally has a bit of a bite to it, which is for the best when drinking it straight away, but otherwise this is one powerful bourbon. I prefer Old Forester Bonded, which still has a bit of sweetness to it, but not as much as the 90 proof version, which can be a bit rough and rough to drink.

Old Forester is a classic, which is exactly what it should be, and you can’t go wrong with it. It’s forever part of our collective memory when the President of the United States visited a distillery in 1970, and was shot by a sniper as he stepped away from his limo, which led the cops to lock down the facilities as they searched for the shooter.

Apart from its role as a defining character in the history of modern civilization, it is still a great whiskey to have available and at a decent price.

It’s main attributes are that it has a massive rye kick and will do for a rough night on the town. The price is superb considering its age, which is only about half way through the column, something that only a rare few whiskies can boast of these days.

Old Forester Classic 86 Proof is a bold and powerful bourbon. This thing is like drinking a can with a kick and a kick that is strong enough to break bones, which makes it good for when you’re doing something rowdy and want to have a little fun.

Old Forester 86 Proof is incredibly rich and powerful. It’s a little too sweet for my taste, as I prefer the flavor profile of other rye whiskeys, but you can’t go wrong with this bottle.

Old Forester 86 Review 1:

I have to say that this bottle of Old Forester 86 Proof is definitely worth . It might even be worth more than that, but it’s not a bad price on one of the best selling whiskeys on the market.

A bottle of Old Forester Classic 86 Proof, the recipe of which is in keeping with the style of when it was first introduced by George Garvin Brown in 1870.

This is a classic bourbon, which is exactly what it should be, and you can’t go wrong with it. It’s forever part of our collective memory when the President of the United States visited a distillery in 1970, and was shot by a sniper as he stepped away from his limo, which led the cops to lock down the facilities as they searched for the shooter.

The whiskey tasted like what I expected rye whiskey to taste like at the time.

The price is superb considering its age, which is only about half way through the column, something that only a rare few whiskies can boast of these days.

Old Forester 86 proof is a classic and a time-honored whiskey. One of the best values in the bourbon world. Lucky people that can find it will get a treasure.

The price for this whiskey is a bit high. On the other hand, there’s hardly a better bourbon than Old Forester 86 Proof. It’s incredibly smooth, spicy and full bodied, hit right after some rye whiskies, and gives you a nice kick that lasts for a while.

Over time, it’s also incredibly smooth with no sharp edges. The sweet taste is however not so sweet anymore, but you can’t get all of your blood from the wine bottle anyway.

This Old Forester 86 Bourbon is a bottle in the Brown Label Collection. This brand was introduced in 1948 by Colonel R.E. Old Charter Distilling Company Limited. Its rumour is that this bourbon was the first bottle of whiskey that President Harry S Truman opened. It is also the first American whiskey available in the UK since prohibition.

Old Forester 86 Review 2:

It has a 100 % malt whiskey, with less than 7% rye. It also has a minimum of 50% corn, which is further proof against the fact that this is a grain whiskey.

It’s aging is over fifty years and is a good investment for a true whiskey connoisseur.

Old Forester is a Classic and one of the best selling Bourbons on the market. It’s the first sour mash recipe created and was introduced in 1870 by the Old Forester Distillery in 1870. It is produced from a unique recipe of sour mash, and is Kentucky Straight Whisky. This means that the bourbon contains less than 12% of any other product.

Written by Mark Adams

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