|The SIG Kahuna|
Thanks - means a lot coming from you. Added a few more tidbits from the SB.com write-up, too.
"Point Blank" Frank
I miss Erhardt!
|stupid beyond |
I need to do another distillery run. Anyone get to try the new 4 year willlet FE rye or bobo? I still have a 12 yr i havent cracked and a 13 yr half empty that was wheated and delicious. All plum tasting an stuff
What man is a man that does not make the world better. -Balian of Ibelin
Only boring people get bored. - Ruth Burke
I speak jive.
I bet it's good, though.
|Slayer of Agapanthus|
I pop into the tread from-time-to-time...
GREAT POST GeeTen!
"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye". The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, pilot and author, lost on mission, July 1944, Med Theatre.
|Blinded by |
Thought I'd ask this here.
I picked up two bottles of the latest ECBP. So I grabbed the release 10, I have had in storage since spring of 16. The cork had shrunk so much it doesn't seal the bottle. The plastic holding the top on was in place and there isn't a noticeable amount evaporated, a little hard to tell due to the fact I spilled a little taking off the plastic from around the top.
I store unopen bottles in my basement which is cool year round.
Just curious has anyone had a cork shrink this much in just 16-18 months. I suspect it was a bad cork when I bought it.
Should I seal the top on with saran wrap (wrapping tape around the top seems like a bad idea)
Smart is not something you are but something you get.
Chi Chi, get the yayo
I speak jive.
If I have a cork issue I've only ever used a replacement cork (usually from another bottle of the same whiskey) and treated them as open bottles, assuming it hasn't affected the flavor. I've never tried to (re)seal it and keep it as backstock.
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