I know it shouldn't bother me, I know its only a comic, but there is one detail that is really annoying me today. Unless the whisky was stored in a waterproof, airtight cask and was immune to the effects of water on wood (i.e. rotting the wood) or buried in mud, that whisky was stored in a bottle for at least 200 years and it will taste terrible. Whisky (I'm not going to get into the differences of distilling because the one thing they all have in common is being aged in a cask), only, and I do mean this, only ever ages in a wooden cask. Once its out of the cask, that's it, that is all it will ever age. If its in a bottle, it doesn't matter if it is stored in a dark, cool area, it will start to break down after a while.
Sorry about that.