Originally Posted by Jamesc
Hi everyone, I'm just new to this site and I was wondering if anyone could give me information on a couple bottles of burbon I was given.
The first is a bottle of Ol Ezra that is over 30 years old and the second is a bottle of Old Weller about the same age.
I was wondering if they were worth anything or if they should just be opened and enjoyed.
I appreciate any help
As Michael stated - pics are really helpful!
Additionally, bourbans are very rare over about 27 yrs. that have been aged in a cask that long. If these are simply ones that have been around for 30 years the aging really stops once they are bottled. Many, not all, commercial offerings are generally under 10 years of cask aging but there are wonderful exceptions to this.
The price increases rather quickly as the aging goes up not unlike single malt scotch.