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  • #61
    I managed to struggle through it John. Most of the whiskies I had never heard of and were ordinary at best. Thankfully I had a few Ardbegs waiting in the wings
    Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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    • #62
      Originally posted by captainscarlet1 View Post
      Hope you enjoyed the Ardbeg John. That one is truly a majestic dram. :thumbup:
      Apparently it will be Christmas soon, so I reckon tis a good time to get into, what to my mind is............Jeremy Clarkson voice over............ The best kind of Advent calendar........................In the world


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      Sure beats the hell out of chocolates.:Up:
      '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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        Arrrrrr thats better, my favorite tipple, bought 3 bottles when i returned from Bali last week....should last me till the end of the month!!!!....damn & blast, its the 31st TODAY.......!
        While i'm not as good as i once was.....i'm as good once as i ever was.......!

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Scouser View Post
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          Arrrrrr thats better, my favorite tipple, bought 3 bottles when i returned from Bali last week....should last me till the end of the month!!!!....damn & blast, its the 31st TODAY.......!
          End of the week.
          '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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          • #65
            Last of the Springbank 18yo. Need to get another bottle. Click image for larger version

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            '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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            • harlansmart
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              Jesus that Whisky tastes good, I remember that...

            • captainscarlet1
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              Hmm!! Going to have to try that one

            • Pauloz
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              One of my favourites. A great dram.

          • #66
            I'm enjoying this one at the mo. A bit of a sweet start...a bit of a green pine middle....a bit of a peaty end Click image for larger version

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            • captainscarlet1
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              There's another one that I will have to try. So many whiskies........Only one liver

          • #67
            Just bought a Canadian brand, JP Wiser's.. It's not bad.. tastes OK. It's been manufactured for a few years, 1857 or there abouts... I'd recommend for the money. It's no Ardbeg, or Laphroag peaty burner, and it doesn't have the Jura lightness. But worth a go for the money.
            Silent souls leave .308 holes.

            Never Ride Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly.

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            • #68
              Originally posted by deerworrier View Post
              awaiting my return on Friday :mrgreen:


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              Touring the Highlands - wonderful place!! Just been through Orkney - had a quick peek at the Highland Park distillery - will try and check out a few more, not acquired a taste yet!

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              • #69
                OMG! Hope the weather holds Pysched lucky man!

                So my dad used to take us to Islay every year for holidays, it was always effing cold, normally not even in the middle of summer, raining and damp. We stayed in some God-forsaken “holiday” home with brown running water, water I later realised was sacred but made your Horlicks grey!

                He used “pop” out every afternoon because it was fecking miserable and disappear for several hours and it wasn’t till later in life I realised we only went to bloody Islay because it was full of whisky distilleries.

                When I hit my teens it was deemed socially acceptable for me to tag along with him, fishing in the morning and surprisingly enough a river within walking distance of a still! By the time I was 18 I think I had visited most of the distilleries in Scotland!

                Possibly why my sister lives five minutes from the McLaren Vale “think”

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                • #70
                  Sounds like a perfect holiday to me Brucy
                  Well, the Mrs handed me this last night.
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