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A spledidly-preserved bottle of Irish Mist that's around 50 years old. A historic bottle indeed. A tiny amount of damage to the front but really this is in incredible condition considering its age.
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I first tasted Irish Mist in the late 50's and found nothing to match it; Drambuie came a good 2nd but a second never-the-less. It does not seem to taste quite the same now, but I am in my 70's and perhaps my taste buds are going the way of the rest of me!
9th December 2014
This particular bottle is not from the 60's but from the 80's. I have a collection these beauties at home. Two of the ten bottles are unopened. One of the two is just like the one you sold for $205.40. 1950's,60's and early 70's had the square label, and not the rounded edges. The gold foil border didn't happen until the 80's. Still though... a Great looking bottle. These type of Irish Mist bottles are getting more rare. The liqueur contents inside is nothing short of Spectacular. I had some and OMG! The best I ever had is putting it lightly. This bottle in the near future will sell for much more than double the price above. You Just Watch.;0)
14th July 2014
I finished this bottle in a bar and since I had never seen the bottle before, I insisted that I take it with me. Yes, I finished this bottle in a bar, and they let me keep it. Then I find out that it is 40 years old! That was 10 years ago, and I still have the bottle. Recently, I have been trying to date the bottle. Thanks! I am glad I have a piece of history!
19th April 2013