"If you sip a 40-year-old Bourbon or 50-year-old Scotch, you’re basically sipping on oak tannins, bragging rights, a sense of history and little else."
I've always assumed as much, but good to have some helpful guidelines:
- Bourbon and rum: Best aged 5-12 years
- Scotch whisky: Best aged 12–25 years
- Armagnac: Best aged up to 50 years
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