Well, somebody on E-bay is selling the bottle commemorating Metaxa's 100 year anniversary. (Guess somebody drank the contents!) It's called Metaxa Grand Olympian Reserve. Metaxa's 100 year anniversary occurred in 1988, so no wonder this brandy is not around much anymore! However, on another site, a British one, I found Metaxa Grand Olympian Reserve brandy which says it's only been aged at least 12 years. Hmmm.... And on a German site, I found the filled bottle advertised on E-bay (the same bottle commemorating the 100 years of Metaxa), but the contents are touted as only being at least 15 years old. Oh, and the site says this is now called Grande Fine Reserve. Then there's a website of a Greek restaurant in the U.K. called Zorba's which has on its menu Metaxa Centenary, going for 8 pounds a shot (!). But another site says Metaxa Centenary contains only 40 year-old brandy. A bottle of that goes for about $100. O.K. I think I've got it now. The Grand Olympian Reserve is supposedly higher quality than Metaxa 7-Star, and the Centenary is supposedly higher quality than the Grand Olympian Reserve. I guess anyone who wants 100-year-old Metaxa brandy verifiably aged for 100+ years is out of luck!
I'm not crying. 7-Star Metaxa does fine by me!