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    Posted 8 years ago

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    So far, i only know that the bottle of "old" Bushmills Irish Whiskey is from the 1930's. They don't include "old" on the label anymore. I suspect the creme de menthe, from France, is from the 1950's but i'm not 100% sure on that since it is very hard to find. My fave is the Slow Gin, which i have yet to research.

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 8 years ago
      Ah! "Sudden Comfort" !
    2. rockbat, 8 years ago
      Can I have the Bushmills, please ?
    3. rockbat, 8 years ago
      In the mid 90s, we helped my Grandparents move closer to us, and we found six bottles of Hennesy cognac from the early 60s. Drank it all in a year, so sad.
    4. aphonik aphonik, 8 years ago
      The Bushmill's would date circa 1947-1964. Quality Importers wasn't formed until 1947. I have the same bottle and initially thought it was from the 1930s as well (based on the "produced under the same formula for 150 years" wording) but it turns out to be a bit later. If you'd like more info feel free to contact me at ewitz@comcast.net. Cheers, Eric

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