This is probably a question best answered by the long-time connoisseurs on this board, but I ask the question to anyone on here really----
Which American whiskies produced today have maintained their flavor profiles the best over the decades. With the closure and consolidations of many distilleries during the 70's and 80's and brands being sold or produced elsewhere, I would imagine quite a few labels have had a significant shift in what they taste like. The few old bottles I've had, I've found to be very different than their modern counterpart- Old Overholt being one that has had a dramatic change. This question isn't about those that have changed, it's about the ones that have stayed the same. I've heard Old Grand Dad has stayed pretty consistent, along with Van Winkle products. Are there others???