The Oldest Liquor Bottles In The World

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These bottles of liquor have survived the test of time. Imagine the stories behind some of these bottles! A few of the bottles are even drinkable! If we missed one, let us know by tagging your photo #CraftSeeker

1.Mid 4th Century Wine.

Found in a vineyard in 1867 inside a Roman stone sarcophagus.

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2.Thought to be the oldest dated rum. [1830]

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3.Jamaican Rum Cache [1870-1890]

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4.Grand Marnier [1830]

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5.Massandra Sherry de la Frontera [1775]

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6.Rhum Produced On Madagascar [1897]

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7.The Oldest Drinkable Champagne Found in 19th Century Shipwreck

8.Oldmoor Lemon Gin (1930) *Very Rare

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9.Pre-Prohibition Whiskey

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10.Topaz Whiskey by Jack Daniels Distilling Co (1950)

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11.Laphroaig Scotch Whiskey (1899)

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12.Mid 19th Century Army & Navy Whiskey (1870-1880)

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13.Amer Picon (1900)

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14.Calvado Pays d’Auge Roger Groult (1865)

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15.Absinthe Pernod Fils (1905)

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