Originally Posted by Hightower
I've always hated whiskey. Everytime I've tasted the stuff it sent me recoiling with hairs on the back of my neck standing to attention.
Earlier this week a work mate brought in a bottle of Glayva. I tasted a small amount and really liked it. It says it's a blend of whiskey's and is a liqueur so not too sure if that measures up to what you guys think is a whiskey.
Well Andy theres an almost infinate blend of them on the liqueur side some infused with herbs , honey .. the list is endless and I enjoy many of them too .. like the auld favourites such as Drambui and there are a lot of blenders who specialise in this market only.. but they tend to be sweet a lot of the time .. those I prefer over ice.
I do realise that there are those that like and those that dont .. but.. if you are a haverer (auld scots for undecided) and if you want to try a proper malt, theres a sweet and gentle one called Dalwhinnie from just south of Inverness .. its noted as a favourite for those on the cusp
a little water and its a sweet bed time nip after a long day