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Old Crow Traveler Fifth Bottled 1970s

Old Crow Traveler Fifth Bottled 1970s

 

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•  Excellent example of unique bottle
•  From the 1970s
•  Collector's item
•  ABV 43%, 75cl (approx)

 

 















Old Crow Traveler Fifth was sold in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. This bottle is from the 1970s.

It was marketed by Old Crow as a bourbon whisky "for people going places". The advertisements featured a man in a suit walking with purpose. An adoring lady is on his arm and a plane is in the background. He is carrying a large briefcase. Inside the case there is a bottle of Old Crow Traveler Fifth.

The advertisement goes on to describe the bourbon whisky as: "The tuckaway fifth that packs as flat as your shirt!"

This version, bottled in the 1970s, contained 4/5 quart, which is about 75cl. The bottle is square, tall and thin. It contains the standard and very popular Old Crow bourbon whisky of the time.





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 Old Crow Distillery, Kentucky, USA
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