Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Saratoga Springs NY
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,004
30 year Irish single malt whiskey put down in 1949
I'll try this here.
When one moves to a new home one always uncovers 'stuff' one had long forgotten. In this case it is an unopened bottle of Knappogue Castle unblended pot still pure malt Irish Whiskey that I bought at the Castle during a visit to Ireland in 1983. According to the label's hand-written date it was put down in 1949 and in the wood until bottling in 1981. This is bottle No 143 of cask No. 6. It has a screw-type cap that is unopened and intact and has had some evaporation so that the whiskey level is about an inch below the neck of the bottle. Any notions of present value of a whiskey that began its journey two-thirds of a century ago?
575M F1, Maserati Spyder, Cadillac STS-V & CTS
past: 330/365GTC speciale, F355b, 412GT, 400iA, 308GT4 2+2, 330GT 2+2, Porsche 356b Super 90, BMW 1800ti
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