[li]It has to be liquor. 35% alcohol or greater. No wine or champagne.[/li][li]The bottles will look like actual bottles with labels, etc.[/li][li]They magically never drop below half empty. Even if you upend it over a bucket.[/li][li]If you try to profit from your endless supply, the magic stops. Try to trade so much as a drop for something as inconsequential as a single matchstick, the magic stops. You may give away as much as you like, as long as there is no quid pro quo arrangement.[/li][li]Any or all the bottles may be a liquor no longer in production if you so choose.[/li][/ul]
If I had to call them,
Ketel One or Tito’s
Beefeater (there’s other ones I like, but this is a perfectly acceptable goto brand)
Cabo Wabo Blanco (I like my tequilas clean and crisp not smokey and bourbony and Cabo Wabo is pretty good)
Germain-Robin Anno Domini. I’ve only had the 2001, so let’s go with that. Lagavulin 16-year before they changed the recipe, whether it was actually due to a warehouse fire or not. At least it tastes different to me now, and I don’t know what changed.
Riesling Eau-de-Vie from the Weinhotel Ayler Kupp in Ayl, Germany.
I’d throw Junipero Gin in there if I could have 4 bottles.
For regular drinking, I require a gin and a bourbon. Though Tanqueray and Maker’s are normally enough for me, I’m upping the ante.
Bourbon: Black Maple Hill 16-Year-Old Small Batch
I’ve played it too safe with the first two. Even though I can’t turn a profit, I have to go all out. ** Legacy by Angostura** retails for $25,000 a bottle. I could not resist pouring $2,000 rum and Cokes for my friends (lips sealed on the price tag of course).