Originally Posted by Unregistered
I recently came into posession of an opened bottle of Vat 69. It had been in the possesion of a friends father who passed away over 20 yrs. ago. So I know the bottle is a minimum of 22 yrs. plus however long it was aged and on the store shelf. Call me crazy, but i had to try some 22+ yr. old scotch. Now I am not a huge scotch drinker but I have tried alot of the glens and some johnnies, but this was the best tasting liquor I have ever tried. Oh and I'm still alive too.
Very cool! Thank you for sharing your story. Also, one note to make is that whisky stops maturing once bottled. So, ever after all these years, your 30 year old bottle is just that - a 30 year old bottle - - And that certainly is not a bad thing!