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Old 03-23-2013, 09:10 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I'm having a Scotch right now.....does that qualify?
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I'm having a Scotch right now.....does that qualify?
As long as it is single malt aged till legal...... 18 years or older.

Had a 25 year old once, best yet.
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As long as it is single malt aged till legal...... 18 years or older.

Had a 25 year old once, best yet.
OOOH YEAH!!!

Although I did once run across a 50+ year old bottle of Jack Daniels that had been forgotten under a kitchen cabinet of a friends house.....it had not been opened. Needless to say that was one smoooooooOOOOOTH bottle of Bourbon, and I generally don't care for JD, but that was an exception to be sure.

I think it takes at least 25 years for Whiskey to "start" to come of age, but that's just me.
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Most of the time, aging is in the barrel not the glass bottle.
Maybe it did get better, not sure.
50 year old bottle, must be pretty cool to look at though....
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The greatest changes to whiskey do happen in the barrel, however there are still many subtle changes that continue on even well after bottled. Similar to red wines like Cabernet which don't even come of age in the first ten years in the bottle and really start to come into their own once they get past the age of twenty or twenty-five years. I don't fully understand all the chemical changes that go on, only that they DO GET BETTER with time! YUM!!
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Somehow it mellows it more. Just like us.....
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