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This Old Forester Bourbon Sounds Like a Marketing Gimmick and Tastes Like a Candy Bar (www.gearpatrol.com)

This Old Forester Bourbon Sounds Like a Marketing Gimmick and Tastes Like a Candy Bar

A little over 100 years ago, the U.S. banned the production, sale, distribution and importation of booze through the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act. Like all legislation, there were exemptions made for specific cases, like wine made for religious ceremony or whiskey sold for medicinal purposes. Someone at Old Forester read a line about medicinal whiskey and thought “I bet bourbon weirdos would love that.” What’s weirder: they were right.

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