Whether you’re trying to date a bottle of bourbon or determine the relative age of a dusty bottle of Scotch the process for US bottles is pretty much the same; it’s a matter of looking at clues and narrowing down possibilities.
Kind of like playing a game of Clue, except with booze.
If the specific attribute is no known, you can enter "unknown," where allowed.
It was the iconic party game of the 90s where spinning a bottle would decide your romantic fate.
Now, Spin the Bottle has been given a modern update, in the form of a new dating app.
Users can also win coins for the amount they use the app, to unlock bonus features.
This includes the 'Flick' feature, in which they can remove players they don't like the look of from their circle, and never see them again, and the 'Direct Hit' feature, which allows them to dictate who the bottle lands on.
That doesn’t mean it’s always easy, and figuring out the exact age can be a real hassle, but there are 11 basic clues and resources I use when trying to determine how old a dusty bottle of whiskey is.