Originally Posted by Unregistered
I have a 1974 sealed bottle of Adams Antique Canadian Whisky, Twelve Years Old. I don't know anything about whisky and would appreciate any insite on to the value, history etc. before I start serving it to guests.
I was a distiller for Joseph E Seagram and Sons Ltd. in Waterloo ON Canada, Adams was a subsidiary of Seagram's. Adams Antique is probably the best whisky next to Crown Royal, I actually prefer it to CR, it is a smooth sipping whisky and if you check the label it will most likely be a twelve or ten year old. This is a premium blend not for mixing with Coke or ginger ale so only share it with your closest friends.
Please enjoy it and know you have a bottle of liquid gold!
All the best