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  • Slashman
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    Originally posted by Brucy View Post

    Funnily enough there is more blended drunk in Scotland than single malt... for a number of reasons.

    Whilst I love the single malt and the differences you get, you sometimes just need a quick seam of whisky... whatever whisky it is they’re all bloody good!
    Which would be a good one to try?

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  • Brucy
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    Originally posted by Slashman View Post
    Until now for many many years it was Jack now old No7 has moved aside for Gentleman Jack, then someone recommeded I try JB as I have never liked Whiskey as such, Johnny Red and Teachers spring to mind and I was really impressed!
    Funnily enough there is more blended drunk in Scotland than single malt... for a number of reasons.

    Whilst I love the single malt and the differences you get, you sometimes just need a quick seam of whisky... whatever whisky it is they’re all bloody good!

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  • Slashman
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    Until now for many many years it was Jack now old No7 has moved aside for Gentleman Jack, then someone recommeded I try JB as I have never liked Whiskey as such, Johnny Red and Teachers spring to mind and I was really impressed!

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  • Brucy
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    You have to love this stuff... it’s a license to buy whisky!

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  • Brucy
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    It’s a bit cliched at the moment but drinking a wee Oban, and they are always a pleasure to savor





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  • captainscarlet1
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    Nice one Scouser. Here is a small selection of my glasses.
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ID:	49180 I think all are those promotional glasses you tend to get at Christmas time. The small Ardbeg glass is for any guest who has the audacity to have designs on my.......I say again, MY stash of amber nectar. The large glass on the right was a gift from the Mrs, who told me she'd seen Daniel Craig drinking from one in a James Bond film, so I save that for when I feel like a secret agent and also extra special drams.

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  • Scouser
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    Yeah mate.....the good old days.....bwaharrrrrrrrrrrrr

  • Brucy
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    Originally posted by Scouser View Post
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ID:	49116 Hi guys....OK what do you drink it out of?.....heres a "few" of mine.....
    Nice collection of glasses there Scouser! Hope that Liverpool one is from the the Daglish era

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  • Scouser
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ID:	49116 Hi guys....OK what do you drink it out of?.....heres a "few" of mine.....

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ID:	49114 Had a couple of glasses of this......awesome!

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  • captainscarlet1
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ID:	47723 Feeling slightly pickled after this festive period. Regardless, I will be into this one tonight. I do like Islay whisky​​​​​​​

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  • mechanalogue
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    Wifey gave me the 18 yr for Xmas! And I gave me the 12 yr for Xmas. Both B E A utifal Whiskys! Click image for larger version

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  • Brucy
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    Just making sure Santa’s preferred refreshment is up to standard!



    Very smooth, reminiscent of a Speyside but a little bit more Smokey

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  • mechanalogue
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    Love that van, really really love that van!

  • Brucy
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    Originally posted by deerworrier View Post
    beat you by about 90min Z is a fan of the gin and I'm comfortable enough with my sexuality to have the odd refreshing tall one !

    that and the fact i spent a large portion of my childhood driving between Lewis and Harris with my grandfather delivering bobbins and collecting tweed. he had an old Citreon H van, i can still see it now, happy days.


    for those too young to recall...

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    That’s an awesome story! Doesn’t come much more remote apart from the next stop up being the shetlands

    I have to say the hospitality on both those isles was fantastic.

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