Old Forester Mint Julep Bourbon Cocktail

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Size1000mL Proof60 (30% ABV)
What started as "The Official Drink of the Kentucky Derby" for the horse race's 141st iteration, is now a regular offering by Old Forester. The only thing missing for a perfect mint julep cocktail is some crushed ice.

This product is available in: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IN, KY, LA, ME, MD, MN, MO, NE, NV, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, VA, WA Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.

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Note:  Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.

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About Old Forester Mint Julep Bourbon Cocktail

Recently, Old Forester have upgraded their bourbon lineup with the addition of Mint Julep, a ready-to-serve classic cocktail. What started as "The Official Drink of the Kentucky Derby" for the horse race's 141st iteration, is now a regular offering. Bottled at 60-proof, this mixed drink brings together the richness of aged bourbon with the crispness of fresh garden mint. The only thing missing is the obligatory ice, preferably crushed, and some optional garnish in the form of a mint sprig. The mint is prominent on the nose and the palate, yet the sweetness and fruitiness of the whiskey with a hint of vanilla and peach shines through.

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About Old Forester

During the late 19th century, an overwhelming number of distilleries throughout the United States were still not aging their whiskey. As a result, some retailers would add juices and syrups to sweeten the whiskey, while others would add acid and tobacco to give their whiskey its signature amber hue.

In 1870, George Garvin Brown — a young pharmaceuticals salesman from Kentucky — saw the need for a consistently high-quality whiskey that would remain unadulterated after distillation. After saving $5,500, Brown and his brother opened the doors to J.T.S. Brown & Bro. Distillery and began distilling bourbon. Unlike other distilleries at the time, Brown aged his bourbon, which was named Old Forester, in oak casks and bottled it in a sealed glass bottle to ensure authenticity and quality. Since its introduction in 1870, Old Forester has been on the market continuously, even during Prohibition, when it continued to be sold for medicinal purposes. It is the only bourbon continuously distilled and marketed by the founding family before, during, and after Prohibition.

About Cocktails

The history of cocktails dates back to the not-so-good days of prohibition when people started to mix drinks trying to make the homemade or bootlegged liquor drinkable.


But things have changed since then, and cocktails have become increasingly popular with modern pop culture, from classics like Martini, Old Fashioned, or Negroni, to the more festive versions like Margaritas and Mojitos becoming staples in most bars.


Check out our cocktail recipes and grab everything you need to become a mixologist, or simply grab one of the ready-made cocktails and enjoy! 

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This mixed drink brings together the richness of aged bourbon with the crispness of fresh garden mint. The latter is prominent on the nose and the palate, yet the sweetness and fruitiness of the whiskey with a hint of vanilla and peach shines through.
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