1920 Prohibition Style Mashbill includes: 72% Corn, 18% Rye, 10% Malted Barley. It was first produced in 1920 when Brown-Forman was one of only six distilleries to receive permits to produce bourbon for medicinal purposes during Prohibition.
Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Barrel Proof was tasted at Meeting No. 65 on December 14, 2017. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.03. Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Barrel Proof ranks 54th overall in Bourbon. Costing $69, this spirit is on the pricier side given the our rating of it.
Tongue burn and then flavor disappears fast. Bit of cranberry.
Think, rich and tasty with a slight burn on finish. Water really opens it up and smooths our a few rough ends.
She’s a fiery beast. Possibly made in a bathtub. Tough to compare to the previous gem, but a little tough to wrap my tongue around.
Spicy. Anise. Soothes my ailments. Tingle tongue.
Spicy, better with water
Easy, sweet charcoal scent. Distractingly hot without water. Smells kind of like new band aids. Flavor improves a lot with water.
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