Are you trying to buy this or do you want advice on buying it?
This, I believe, is the vatting of rye whiskeys made for the George Washington Mt. Vernon Historic distillery. It was not made there. The whiskey that has been distilled there recently has not been bottled yet.
Either way, the mini you linked is quite expensive, from what I understand. Although I'm sure it is worth collecting, I suppose.
I'd be glad to help although, as far as I know, it is only available at the Mt. Vernon gift shop, which is about 3,000 miles from where I live.
Thank you for your offer. I know that this bottle is available for sale in Mount Vernon (near Washington D.C.? I'm not quite sure where Mount Vernon is?). Maybe here on this forum there is a bourbon enthousiast, who lives near Mount Vernon or who has the possibilities to get this bottle who is keen to help me.
I have bought the bottle of Starka 10 y.o. (13$) and it tastes like whisky. I can't describe the taste like you guys. Moreover I have heard that the taste on the tongue changes every 7 years and whiskey tastes only after your thirties. So I have still 1,5 year to discover that paradise!
Writing this post (I'm at work) my friend Anna helps me.
I live in the DC area and can probably help you out with getting the Mt. Vernon bottle. Also, I think I have an extra set of the Bourbon Heritage Collection Minis that you're looking for, but I'll have to double check when I get home this evening. I doubt a Seagram's VO mini would be very hard to find around here. What is the "new" Wild Turkey Rye bottle that you're looking for?
However, I do have some concerns about shipping whiskey overseas as I haven't done it before and am worried about customs seizing it or something.
Anyhow, PM me and we'll work out the details.
Thanks for good neews for me :)
I sent email to you and waiting for answer.
I'm willing to help a fellow collector.This is my website www.whiskeyminiatures.nl Mail me if your are interested
I recently obtained an estate from a distributor in Austin. It includes lots of sealed miniature liquor bottles. I probably have at least 100 bourbons, maybe more. Also a ton of liquers, cognac, pernod, bnb, etc. etc. They are mostly from the 40s-50s. And most are evaporated about 20-50%.
I have not yet had time to catalogue and clean them, but I would be open to some kind of barter or something.
I bought it for the wines that were included. Not sure what to do with everyhting else.
Hello Damon, Can you sent me pictures of your mini bourbons?
and Hello Dutchie66 - I know your websides - you have great collections :)
Do you know what is it?
They have also mini size
PS: Sijan do you remember about me :)?