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Ian
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I don't think so, we've had a bottle that has been open about 12 months. Bit gross if you think about it, but tastes the same. (Google says it gets better with age )

To be on the safe side, add vodka and coke.

[Edited on 16-03-2012 by Kimberley]
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The sugar can crystallise I think?
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Tastes like smoke


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it alcohol content deterioration is the issue, so over time it gets weak.
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is it the cream version?
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Yes, it goes off
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yes of course, aren't they like 50% cream?
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Yep.
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quote:
Originally posted by Jas
yes of course, aren't they like 50% cream?


the normal version doesn't contain cream
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Still goes off tho.
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yeah of course it will, I was replying to Jas


Hard Liquor



According to TheKitchn.com, the average shelf life for an opened bottle of liquor is six to eight months. Once your liquor has reached that age, especially if you have taken the top off several times, the alcohol begins evaporating and you may notice a flat taste in your favorite drink.


Cream Liqueur



Liquors with cream tend to go bad fairly fast after opening, especially if the bottle is exposed to heat or is kept outside of the refrigerator for an extended period of time. While the liquor may still be fine, there is a chance the cream can go bad after a few months. According to Hotelonline.com, Bailey's Irish Creme is one of the few cream liqueurs that can last several years.





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When deciding whether an opened bottle of liquor in your cabinet may be safe for consumption, use your better judgment. However, keep in mind that pure liquor, such as vodka, rum, gin and whiskey, that have no cream are usually your safest bet when it comes to drinking opened bottles of liquor, according to TheKitchn.com.



Read more: How Long Can You Keep an Open Bottle of Liquor? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/decision_6905702_long-keep-open-bottle-liquor_.html#ixzz1pHQZJAtl
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Bottle of baileys I had lasted over a year and it was fine. was opened at the start then left for a year.
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quote:
Originally posted by Kimberley
I don't think so, we've had a bottle that has been open about 12 months. Bit gross if you think about it, but tastes the same. (Google says it gets better with age )

To be on the safe side, add vodka and coke.

[Edited on 16-03-2012 by Kimberley]


iirc it is unopend wine that becomes stronger as it ages something to do with the formula of wine causes the alchol to become stronger.

Edit: i DONT mean things like cheap wine



[Edited on 16-03-2012 by liam-corsa-1400]

 
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