After naming me "Adam," I think my parents were somewhat taken by the idea of Adams Private Stock. They purchased a bottle somewhere around the year of my birth (1980) and kept it ever since. It has a distinctive square-cut decanter-style bottle.
It has long since disappeared from liqour stores in our home of Nova Scotia, Canada--no doubt corresponding with the decline of the Bronfman liquor empire. So it was somewhat surprising to see that the whisky is still made--by the White Rock Disillery in Lewiston, Maine. I can only assume they bought the brand name at fire **** prices.
As a result, you can still find Adams private stock in the northeast U.S.--I saw a bottle in Maine a few years back. The bottle looks the same as the 1980s version, although the label has changed. It is still listed on their website--although there are no pics: http://www.whiterockdistilleries.com...ds/whiskys.php
Hope that helps!