I'm sure you've heard a story like this before. Grand father passes away and has bottle of whisky....We'll the interesting twist to my story is there are 4 bottles that were gift wrapped in there boxes and placed in the very back of a deep cabinet (3 feet deep). Left forever... Now before you say it, yes I plan to drink one, absolutely in honor of the whole family. Now I know these bottles are at lease 1950's or possibly older, but I can't date them as there isn't a date anywhere on the box, labels, or seal. I'm looking for a little help. They are in excellent condition and bottles are still wrapped in brown tissue paper twisted at the top. I have attached pictures from just one bottle we took out of its box and can send more if needed. Don't be fooled by the condition as no light has hit these bottles for 50 years and they have been stored at consistent temperatures from 50-65 There is no date anywhere on these bottles so just not sure if they are in fact from 1930, but look just like the one on whisky exchange and others sites.
Hope someone can help unwrap the mystery.