You can keep an unopened bottle of any kind of Bacardi Rum for as long as you want without fear of it being unsafe to drink. Many of the best (and most expensive) rums have been "aged" for many years, but this aging is done in special wooden casks in a carefully controlled climate, not on a shelf in your kitchen.
Bacardi (or any other kind of rum) that's been in the back of your liquor cabinet for 15 years will usually taste significantly worse than it did when you bought it, but it's always safe to test it out and there's a chance it'll taste just about the same, or even better.
Unopened? Years and years.
Not long in my house !
A long time, 5 years at least unopened or opened provided you keep it cool and out of the sun.
As long as it is kept cold, indefinitely.
as long as u like
At least a couple of hundred years. It gets better with age.
I've got a bottle of 1973 Black Tower. I'm afraid to open it.
My research showed that an unopened bottle of Pimm's would last for a year or two. Once it is opened, it starts to lose flavor after a week or so.
howlong you want just store it in the fridge!
You can keep a clam juice bottle open for at the most 10 minutes. It doesn't taste good later on.
If you open the bottle, you need to keep it refrigerated and it will last for a month. If it is an unopened bottle it should last for about a year :)
Once a bottle of teriyaki sauce is open, how long is it good for in the cabinet?
5-6 years at least, maybe more.
It should last indefinitely if kept in a cool, dark place.
HOW LONG DOES UNOPENED MULLED WINE KEEP?
Due to its high proof, an unopened bottle of Cointreau will last about 5 years.
It should last indefinitely if kept in a cool dark place.
It should last indefinitely if stored in a cool dark place.
Chardonnay is good for about 7 years unopened.
If the bottle is unopened then it can last as long as you want it to, but I personally wouldn't drink it after having for more than 9 months or so.
I'd start getting nervous after three years, depending on the brand.
A long time! Usually the longer the bottle of wine stays unopened; the better it is supposed to be. I know a person who owns a bottle of wine that is 30 years old.