How would I be able to confirm its age?
Is the quality of the whisky better?
I doubt it was stored correctly, so how should it be stored from now on?
Jguinness wrote:So on top of the whisky already being aged 21 years, it was bought 20-30 years ago, making it 40+ years old.
Afraid not. The maturation of whisky is timed by it's contact with wood. The compounds in oak are what matures whisky. If it was 21 yo the day it went in the bottle then it's 21 yo for ever.
For future storage just stand it upright in a dark place.
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