- Bottle size
- Around 2014, there was a liquor store going out of business, and at the time Cask 1623 was still in production, I purchased 2 bottles for $300 not knowing the eventual rarity at the time. I have since opened one of the bottles for personal ...
- Text on label
- Front label- Pyrat Rum Cask 1623; 750ml; 40% alc./vol; 80 Proof Back label- Cask 1623; Pyrat Rum; Bottled In Guyana; fine imported rum; government warning (1) according to the surgeon general, women should not drink alcohol beverages during...
- United States
- Yes, a paper seal - in good condition
- With box
- How stored
- In a dry place, Lying on its side
- Pyrat Rum
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Max von Olfers
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