Originally Posted by davev6
Hi i am new to this site.
I have a full set of Bells whisky bottles, 4 in total by Wade. My parents bought them in and around 1978 and have been sitting on a shelf in the living room for all that time and have never been opened. the plastic seals around the stoppers have fell off over the years, but like i say, have never been opened.
I wouldnt mind ******* these, but will they still be drinkable? and what an earth would there value be?
There is a 26 fl oz and a 13 and a 6 and a minature. Interesting to see that the 3 larger bottles are 70% proof and the minature is 40%.
Anyone any ideas
I had a similar situation a couple of years ago and this was the answer I got. I had a "special edition" of Dewars in a beautiful ceramic green bottle from the late 80's that had never been opened. Talked to a guy from the Whisky Shop and he pretty much said I would be better off drinking it than ******* it. As per him blended whiskys gain little if any value with age.