I am wondering what i should do with it? I do not expect it has any monetary or worth in dollars, but since it was passed to me, and it has been in the bottle 30 years I am curious.
Does time elapsed (30 years) in the bottle affect the product? taste? smoothness? or anything? or would it still be just the same as it was when it was bottled?
Basically just curious weahter it is harmful to drink after such a long time in the bottle, or If i should crack it and enjoy it on a special occasion due to it's bottling date .... i'd like to enjoy a good glass of it, but I'd also like to pass it on one day perhaps.
thank in advance for any responsed, opinions, etc... thanks
However consumers have noticed that some subtle changes do take place over time.
I think it is fair to say that very few people can tell you what changes have taken place inside your bottle of Canadian Club over the last 30 years.
Case in point: My stepfather's friend got me some OLD bottles of Park Lane and Captain's Table (Canadian Rye - both discontinued) whisky that had been sitting in someone's basement. They tasted good and fresh not dull. And they'd been sitting around for about 40 yrs.
Hope this helps.
I trust it isn't an indication of deterioration of the cork?
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