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  • What's your snifter?

    Just released and not to be missed :D


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    Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
    it must be tried under adverse conditions to be fully appreciated

    and i think most folks will know my standard drop....

    Tastes like a Burning Hospital :thumbup:


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    Despite having the numbers, there is the crazy man in the mountains that none of the tribes will go near!
    Always aim to be that man.

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    • #3
      2 favourites..
      Completely opposite ends of the spectrum.

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      • #4
        Speaking of Whisky, I just finished reading this, good to have a glass of the stuff in hand when reading about it!



        I'm a big fan of Banks' work and read a lot of his earlier contemporary fiction as well as his Iain M Banks culture series, so when I saw this I thought I'd give it a try. I've been to quite a few of the distilleries so it was nice to reminisce and as I was reading the book, I started putting together a list of ones I needed to try when the next bottle was due which was also quite cool. As a Scotsman it was also nice hearing some of the trivia from places I grew up near, and roads I remember tearing down, particularly the A82 that was really the gateway to anywhere out of Glasgow.

        It's a bit of long yarn and he certainly tells you about a lot of different whisky, can't say I agree with all his findings but as he says, it's all down to personal taste, but if anyone wants it, PM me your address and I'll send on

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        • #5
          Speaking of Whisky, I just finished reading this, good to have a glass of the stuff in hand when reading about it!



          I'm a big fan of Banks' work and read a lot of his earlier contemporary fiction as well as his Iain M Banks culture series, so when I saw this I thought I'd give it a try. I've been to quite a few of the distilleries so it was nice to reminisce and as I was reading the book, I started putting together a list of ones I needed to try when the next bottle was due which was also quite cool. As a Scotsman it was also nice hearing some of the trivia from places I grew up near, and roads I remember tearing down, particularly the A82 that was really the gateway to anywhere out of Glasgow.

          It's a bit of long yarn and he certainly tells you about a lot of different whisky, can't say I agree with all his findings but as he says, it's all down to personal taste, but if anyone wants it, PM me your address and I'll send on

          PM sent.
          'I hope, when i die, my wife doesn't sell my watches for what I told her I paid for them.'

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          • #6
            I'll post it off, then stick it back up here and see if anyone else wants it... We all might end up a little more knowledgable about that lovely stuff we drink!

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            • #7
              After you paul 8-)

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              • #8
                After you paul 8-)

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                No worries Pete. Could take me a while though if I have a few drams while reading it.
                'I hope, when i die, my wife doesn't sell my watches for what I told her I paid for them.'

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                  • #10
                    Water brings out custard creams apparently! Supposed to taste very smooth but haven't tried it... I think we need some tasting notes pig!

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                    • #11
                      This is B E A Utiful!


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                      • #12
                        Thought I would give this a go. Special bottling apparently. I'm always a little uneasy moving away from my beloved Ardbeg, but I am pleasantly surprised :thumbup:


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                        • #13
                          After you paul 8-)

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                          Book will be on its way to you tomorrow Pete.
                          'I hope, when i die, my wife doesn't sell my watches for what I told her I paid for them.'

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                          • #14
                            Water brings out custard creams apparently! Supposed to taste very smooth but haven't tried it... I think we need some tasting notes pig!

                            Noted, Mate. Your wish is my command. In December, when I get there I will bring some of the Solist for a GTG


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                            • #15
                              Thought I would give this a go. Special bottling apparently. I'm always a little uneasy moving away from my beloved Ardbeg, but I am pleasantly surprised :thumbup:

                              That's looks like it has a nice mellow finish, honey characteristics on the palate and a hint of heather on the nose I've become quite partial to the smooth peely walley whiskers these days for their simple drinkability!

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