I'd suggest you put those bottles back upright as soon as you can, especially if they are rarer bottlings.
I did put them into upright position the moment I noticed them.
One Lagavulin Distillers Edition (1989 bottled in 2005) and other is Glenfeddich Ancient Reserve 18Y.
I have't opened them yet. Will update you when I am open them. I am a newbie and not sure value of my comments.
Do you think I should open and check? Was planning to use them on some special occasion.
parvus wrote:Well, any excuse is a good excuse to open a nice bottle of whisky
Yes. I have an excuse to open them and my wife wont crib as she was the culprit.
But, let me take a chance. Will keep them for the occasion. Anyway, have some nice ones to fall back in case these are spoiled.
I recently noticed couple of bottles were stored horizontally in my collection. They have been like that for about 3 months.
What will happen to Whisky after 3 months contact with cork?
We're all hoping that you can tell us!
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