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  1. #11
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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Quote Originally Posted by Balchinian View Post
    Wild Turkey 8 and 12
    I think those bit the dust in the 90's. Sku is looking for the past 10 years or so.
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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Quote Originally Posted by tylermke View Post
    I think those bit the dust in the 90's. Sku is looking for the past 10 years or so.
    That's right. I'm also talking about expressions that continued without the age statement as opposed to expressions that were discontinued altogether, such as Weller Centennial.

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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Did AAA 10 yr go away?

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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    I believe they announced it would be retired.
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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarV View Post
    These age statements were not lost, they were thrown away.
    To be fair, most of them didn't completely scrap the age statement. They just scrapped that pesky "Years Old" part of it.
    "Unless it survived a tornado, weathered a snow storm in Scotland, and then spent a year on boat before returning home, I'm not really interested."

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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Right, they left us with something, kind souls.
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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Quote Originally Posted by black mamba View Post
    Did AAA 10 yr go away?
    Gone but not forgotten....may it rest in peace.

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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Sku, I Thought the Johnny Drum private stock was 12 years old not 15 year. Unless there were two different versions. The ones that I have left or 12-year-old.
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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Quote Originally Posted by LCWoody View Post
    Sku, I Thought the Johnny Drum private stock was 12 years old not 15 year. Unless there were two different versions. The ones that I have left or 12-year-old.
    There was a 15 as well. Some showed up at the Willett gift shop during KBF last year.
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    Re: Lost Age Statements

    Both 12 and 15, pretty sure I saw 8 somewhere.
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