MrTattieHeid wrote:Jackson says a vatting of casks "from less than ten to more than fifteen years" old. That really pins it down, doesn't it? I imagine it will vary from batch to batch, depending on what they have. Not putting an age statement on it gives them flexibility. After all, it's what it tastes like that counts, isn't it?
Does this mean he doesn't know because "less than ten" can be as low as 3yr and "more than fifteen" can go on to infinite. So if we substitute numbers for words it would be like:
3 to 50 years
9 to 20 years
5 to 150 years
All we know is the youngest can be older than ten and the oldest can be younger than fifteen.
Or is the ten and fifteen just switched which makes more sense.
By the way I'm bored right now and putting way to much thought into this.
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