One of a kind Labrot & Graham Closed 

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  • Listing End:
  • Thursday, April 18, 2019
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  • Seller:
  • Sophist4life
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  • Registered on March 12, 2019

  • Listing Type:
  • Classified
  • Listing ID:
  • 77987
  • Listed On:
  • Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • Location:
  • Kentucky,United States
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If you're looking for an unmistakably unique, and historically layered, dusty to add to your collection or enjoy with your mates, look no further! This is almost certainly the only one of its kind, and has an intriguing background narrative linking both the east and west coasts to a flagship distillery in the heart of the Bluegrass. It was privately bottled for the "Overland Club," of Pasadena, California, at a time when Pasadena still served as a destination address for wealthy businessmen and elites from the east vacationing and exploring opportunities on the west coast. The specific version of the "112 Series" tax stamp dates it, 1961-1977. It was originally obtained via an auction of the wine/spirits "cellar" of a high-end Pasadena estate. Though obviously showing their age, the labels are still good quality and the seal is intact. Doesn't that color look beautiful? If you prize unique finds, representing one of a kind pieces of the mosaic of bourbon's rich history, then this would certainly be a great addition to your collection! Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!