That would be worth a try. As long as no air has gotten into the bottles it should be all right. As a history buff myself that would be cool to drink whiskey that is 100 years old.
Last Christmas my father-in-law cracked open a bottle of whiskey that was 35 years old. It was a wedding gift when him and my mother-in-law got married. He was saving it for their 40th wedding anniversary, alas, my mother-in-law passed away last May after a battle with cancer. So on Christmas Eve he brought the bottle up and we toasted my wonderful mother-in-law. The whiskey was ok, but it was the reason we drank it that made it wonderful.
"Don't look back. Something might be gaining on you."
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