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We estimate that this bottle of Ducastaing Armagnac was produced some time in the 1940s! It even comes with a very unique stand that is nothing like anything I've seen before. An utterly awesome collector's item.
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This is a bottle which is in my collection, but holds also a perkament label.Benefit of liquor this strong is that even opened it will not change, the only danger is if it's stored not up but flat and touches the cork.So if stored correctly, perfectly drinkable, though it doesn't age anymore when it got bottled, only ages when in the cask.So if you drink this, you taste it as it was bottled, nothing changed in aroma. The bottle I have , well still has a perkament label, but the leather around the wax and cork sealing is eaten somehow overtime, so not a exhibition thingy anymore.
7th October 2014