09-15-2013, 01:00 AM
Hi. I am new to this forum, and have never been a whisky drinker, so please forgive me in advance. I recently discovered several old bottles of whisky (as well as cognac and brandy bottles) in my grandfathers boxes. The whisky types are: Hallers SRS Blended Whisky (eight Yers Old, 86 proof, 4/5 quart), Black & White Blended Scotch Whiskey ( 86.8 proof, 4/5 quart) and Lang's Blended Scotch Whisky (Eight Years Old, 86.8 proof, 4/5 quart. All are still sealed with the tax stamp. Hallers is full to just below neck, Black & white full to mid neck and Lang's is full to just below the shoulder. Interesting is the Lang's bittle is printed with " federal law forbids **** or reuse of this bottle." Any insight to these is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!