Originally Posted by Derek
Craig, personally, I would opt for buying a bottle that gets distilled this year (the year your son was born) and bottled in say 20 - 25 years which would be the same age as your son. Next year is my in-laws 40th wedding anniversary, so I am going to give my Father-in-law a bottle of 40yo which was distilled in 1971, the year he was married.
I have to ask kinda along the line of all the information below. What are the concerns of Bourbon stored sealed in decorative proceline decanters. I have several that My father had collected and some are 20+ Years old "Ducks Unlimited". If they were sealed would the bourbon still be safe to drink?