This particular bottle is from 1996 and has the “Old Style Sour Mash” label. Now labels say “Whisky” instead of “Bourbon”, and “Handmade” took the place of “Old Style Sour Mash”
These export bottles are found all over the world, such as Asia, Europe, Middle East, BVI.
2005: Japanese Anniversary Bottle
This bottle was done for a Japanese company that was celebrating an anniversary. At least that’s how the story goes.
This bottle was dipped for Canada Day, July 1st, which marks the anniversary of the formation of the union of the British North America provinces in a federation under the name of Canada, on July 1, 1867.
Bottle Details: Red over White wax, with an export “Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Bulgarian Flag Bottle
This a one of a kind bottle is dipped in White, Green and Red wax to represent the colors of the Bulgarian Flag. This bottle is also signed by Dave Pickerell in Sofia, Bulgaria
This is an Armando Giovinetti Jr. Italian bottle with powerful 101 proof. This is a extremely rare bottle and is dressed with a green wax, tax strip, and green text on the label. Even though the exact date is difficult to determine, this bottle was produced sometime in the 60s or 70s.
General Info: These International bottle is believed to be from the early 70′s
Detail: Black wax with tax strip and black label with
International below Marker’s Mark
Number Produced: Unknown
Various Export Bottles
NEED MORE INFO: Most Export generally look the same now days, but during the “Old Style Sour Mash” days Maker’s was sending all different types of bottles. Some things you may notice is the Labels, Colors, and even Proof has been different. Also, with most bottles showing similarities, it’s hard to distinguish where the bottles came from.
.375 101 Proof Limited Edition bottlePhotos provided by: Thomas Newman
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