The Miniature Bottle Collector

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Pennypacker Sour Mash Kentucky Bourbon

Here we have a new Pennypacker Sour Mash Kentucky Bourbon which, of course, comes to us from Germany. This is the third or fourth bottle/label which Pennypacker has issued down through the years. This one is distinguished because of the excellent embossing on both the front and back of the bottle. Interestingly enough, the contents are 0,041 or 40ml. It wouldn't even be legal to sell this Kentucky Bourbon in the U.S.

6 Comments:

  • Dear Mr. Spaid,

    I recently found an unopened bottle (not miniature, .7 Litre) of Pennypacker Bourbon with a Greek tax stamp dated 1968. Can you tell me if it might be valuable and where I might sell it?
    Thank you, Kelly Thayer, kellyingreece@hotmail.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:19 AM  

  • Can you tell me anything on this -
    "marleau brand bourbon essence"
    I have a bottle but no nothing about it or the bottle.
    Thank you, billy
    saton@mchsi.com

    By Anonymous billy, at 6:58 PM  

  • Hi,
    I'm Carlos from Spain.
    This bottle is available from Spain (Balearic Islands). It cost about 3 or 4 USD.
    Regards
    eugeniaroig@ono.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:28 AM  

  • Mr. Spaid!!!!!!
    Hey, it's Scott Karlan! Do you remember me??? I took your Mass Media class at West High. I still keep in touch with Ron Scarlata. In fact, he's still a very good friend of mine. I'm teaching secondary theatre in Lake Elsinore. Please write back when you can. I hope you are doing well!!! -Scott

    By Anonymous Scott Karlan, at 11:17 PM  

  • hi scott,

    how funny i came across this article. sounds like you are doing well. go to amazon.com and you can see the release of my new book The Pink Forest: A Woman's Intimate Confessions.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:52 PM  

  • can you tell me where to find more information on the Pennypacker Bourbon. I am from Kentucky and this is one of our ancestral names. A friend just back from Germany recently found it and told me of it. T. Pennebaker penbkr@aol.com

    By Anonymous pnbkr, at 7:59 PM  

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