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Old Charter Bourbon 7 Year Old Bottled 1970s

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•  One of bourbon's oldest brands
•  Bottled in the 1970s
•  Collector's item
•  ABV 43%, 70cl

 














 

 

Old Charter is one of the oldest continually sold brands of bourbon available. It first went on sale around 1874.

The Old Charter bourbons produced today by Sazerac, the company behind the Buffalo Trace Distillery, are extremely popular. This, however, is a collector's item from a different era.

It is a 7 Year Old bourbon whisky and was bottled in the 1970s. Back then, Old Charter was owned by Schenley. It had owned the Old Charter brand since 1937 and would hold it until 1987 when it was sold to United Distillers.

In 1974, around the time this bottle was being produced, the one millionth barrel of Old Charter was produced (the distillery gave it to the governor of Kentucky of the day).





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