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07-21-2010, 02:44 AM
My Grandmother collected Lionstone Whiskey bottles/decanters/figures. Is the Whiskey still ok to drink if unopened and sealed? If the whiskey is good to drink... is it good whiskey? She had about 100 of them and wondering if there are collectors out there that would be interested in the lot, or if I should just save them for my kids' kids'? Thanks.
07-28-2010, 11:10 PM
There is always a risk however if its clear not cloudy and there is no damage or mold on the bottle you pretty safe. It does not age anymore in the bottle so if still in production today should taste the same. If not made that will drive the price up because depending on the age and how scarce bottles are will greatly impact the pricing. Hit the internet do some research its fun. Lots to learn. Any other questions you can leave messages on the account here on Whisky.com
07-28-2010, 11:15 PM
As long as it is clear and looks good would be alright to drink. The bottle and decanters are on ebay and other sites except the ones that have whisky still in them cant sell on that venue.You should take pics and post them here you might get some bites
02-19-2012, 02:38 AM
I am replying to a post last year on Lionstone Whisky decanters.... I am very interested in purchasing these decanters.. i have a very large collection but i need more to complete my sets.. if anyone has any of these decanters and is looking to get rid of them.. let me know .
04-18-2012, 05:09 PM
Im new to the whole home brewing scene and am about to bottle my first batch. I was just wondering if I should just go and buy bottles from a supply store or would it be possible to pick some up from the beer store?
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