What's in a name? Taylor & Ferguson Ambassador Deluxe Scotch - 1960s whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Taylor & Ferguson Ambassador Deluxe Scotch - 1960s whiskey, rather than whisky.
I have a bottle of this that I was given for my 50th birthday 21years ago
in America.This had been imported to USA some 30 years (Ithink) previous
to this by a Jewish family moving to Boston and was never opened (still has the original Customs no 172034317 Quality Importers Inc.New York N.Y.)
My ? re this 4/5 quart 86 proof is? Will the contents be OK? and is there any way of researching the history (now twice over the Atlantic.
Appreciate any inputs.
By the sounds of it your bottle is much the same age as the product listed on this page - certainly the same volume and %abv. It theory, the contents should be fine so long as the bottle has been stored in a cool, dry place, the seal is still intact and the cork has not deteriorated significantly. Taylor & Ferguson's Ambassador was hugely popular in America in the late 1960s and into the 1970s, advertised as the "world's lightest Scotch". - The Chaps at Master of Malt