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Bourbon - not stolen but inherited...

by Mary Anne » Sat Apr 25, 2015 4:11 pm

I have inherited 15 - 20 bottles of bourbon, unopened, dating back to at least the 50's. Uncle would get a bottle as a gift, and up in the attic it would go, still in the gift wrap. Some are newer like a Jim Beam Bicentennial Saturday Evening Post bottle, some maybe older. I know I can't technically sell the alcohol, but has anyone got an idea of how I could find someone who might be interested in the decanters? The liquor would be free of course. :) Ideas?
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Re: Bourbon - not stolen but inherited...

by Steve P » Thu May 07, 2015 12:04 am

Talk to the nice man behind the bar at Bourbon's Bistro...Vintage Bourbon can be valuable, often times more for the decanter than the product inside the bottle. An unopened bottle of Old Crow (for example) can bring pretty big bucks.
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