So, I ordered 100 "flor quality corks," which I understand are supposed to be the highest quality cork available. It was $95.75 for 100, this is the link (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00QIJFGPG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and this is what they look like (see image below). Most of the corks I pull out of 5+ year old bottles look better than these... I cannot decide what to do, so please tell me your thoughts: a) Eric, you must drink wines with obscenely beautiful corks because these look totally reasonable. You should put them in your bottles and forget about it. b) Looks like an Amazon seller packaged up their seconds, put a "flor quality corks" label on it, and sent it your way hoping you wouldn't return it, which is exactly what you should do. If you want really nice corks, you can order your #9, 1 3/4" corks here from ____________... I'm not too worried about price... corks are reasonably cheap, and I'm open to synthetic corks (assuming my Portuguese floor corker won't cut them). Where do I get the best corks?