It's been a long day today. I started a class at Bellarmine in Louisville , this morning was the first one. After I got out I thought since I was near by to head up to Cave Hill Cemetary . On the way over I stopped at a Liquor store to give the once over for dusty old bottles. And I found them. They had( emphasis on Had) a bottle of Old Sunnybrook BIB rye from the American Medicinal Spirits Company. Distilled in 1917 , bottled in 1933. There's quite a bit of loss to evaporation but the seal is intact. It still has a nice amber color and is still clear , no signs of oxidation. Someone wrote on the label that they bought it sometime in March of 1935. Maybe in 14 years , I can have a sip of something that was made a hundred years previous. That would be the Find! At Cave Hill I visited several gravesites of the Great Old Bourbon Men. On the way home I stopped at an architectural salvage place, they have it going there. One thing is sure the prices preclude me and most others I believe from making a bad impulse purchase.