New here and apologize if this is in the wrong area to post. My father just gave me 2 bottles of "Rare" that he said he "thinks" are 50 years old. Just curious how I could identify the age of these bottles of scotch. It is bottled by Inver House in Lake Success, NY. On the bottom of the bottle there are numbers
That is the best I can do in describing it. Although unopened, one bottle appears to have more volume than the other.
If they are not worth much, I would like to drink them. However, I am not such a big drinker or discriminating drinker to drink them if they are worth some money.
Any input or opinion at all would be appreciated,
- John Barleycorn
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Although they may have been purchased 50 years ago the whisky in the bottle doesn’t mature with age and is only as old as the youngest whisky in the blend at the time of bottling.
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