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I noticed recently that the label from one of my older bourbon bottles had fallen off - seems the glue had dried up somehow.
My question is, what do you think of such a problem in terms of collecting etc.? Is it a big issue (the label is in prime condition otherwise)? Can / should I glue it back, and with what? Or would you consider this risky?
Last year I bought an Ardbeg 1975-2000 whose label had at some point come off. The seller had stuck it back on and this was done very well, but he didn't align it properly!
The Ardbeg 1975 (I guess like all Ardbegs) has an Ardbeg symbol in the glass and this is central to the label. On this particular bottle it was way adrift.
I contacted Ardbeg directly with the unique bottle ID and they confirmed that the bottle was a genuine Ardbeg 1975-2000, so no problem!
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