Barrel aging and temporal aging are two different things. Although it continues to age in relation to time, once it's removed from the barrel and bottled, the containment absorption ceases and it gains no further flavor from the barrel. It's all in the advertizing I suppose. Good question.

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Uses her fingers to count .. ummmm yea ? lolololol ..

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LOL who leaves a bottle of 12yr old Scotch untouched ?<br />
You would have more chance of finding a woman with left over wine in a bottle

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Believe it or no...12 year old scotch will be 12 years old forever!

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I think you have to let it sit in the barrels, because the wood gives it a flavor.

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Oh... well what the first guy said, lol. I saw your q in my feed, and went straight to answer.

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Nope.

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calvinunmaker is right. The aging has to do with how long it sits in the barrel. Once it is in the bottle, its done.

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If that Scotch could talk and if you asked it, "How old are you Mr Bottle of Scotch," they would answer...........

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