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QUESTION: Hi Ralph, I have an unopened bottle of 1934 Dom Benedictine, I would like to know if it is of any value and if it would still be drinkable many thanks.

ANSWER: Hi David:

If the seal is un-cracked...go for it.

I know of many a rare bottle of wine that came up vinegar after a bit.

This on the other hand is an herbal liqueur.

It should be just fine!

Enjoy!

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QUESTION: Thank you ralph, do you know if it is of any value?

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Hi David:

With regard to value...I can only say that if it is not a "collectable" (which is out of my pay grade) it is worth the same as a new bottle found on the shelves now.

There are sites that help value "antique" liquor but that is not within my area.

Regards!

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Ralph Onesti

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Whiskey, or Whisky only please. Any questions regarding the distilling and consuming of Whiskey: rye, bourbon, or scotch. Wines and Brandy are out of my area. I can not value old bottles of whiskey. But generally, if you can find something similar on sale today, and your bottle seal is unbroken, that would be the current value.

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Mentor status in the Kentucky bourbon circle

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Kentucky bourbon circle, Jack Daniels Tennessee Squire

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Engineering studies at Temple University and Drexel U.

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