SO at a junk store today, I ran across some old "American Legion National Convention" decanters. They are all from the mid 70s, and all have aged bourbon, in them, and all have the tax stamp still n them never opened. One had Ezra brooks, aged 101 months in it and is dated 1974. by my count that makes it about 40 years old. Well, Mrs. Bodydropper foolin around with a cork pushed it in. SO I felt compelled to take a shot before I placed it in a wine bottle to be aged for god knows how long. This was the smoothest bourbon I have ever had. VERY good stuff. Any body know anything about aging whiskey like that, seems to be alot stronger than any bourbon I have had yet. And info on Aged bourbon, or This Ezra Brooks bourbon would be appreciated. We paid an average of 15 dollars per bottle and they were all unopened. Good deal or not?