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Old 10 November 2012, 03:54   #21
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Edradour single malt from smallest distillery in hills over Pitlochry and my mates hotel gets my vote
+1 from me but with a subsidiary vote for the Isle of Arran malts, particularly the 12yo cask strength.
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Old 10 November 2012, 04:24   #22
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a subsidiary vote for the Isle of Arran malts, particularly the 12yo cask strength.
I agree .. this distillery is producing some excellent whisky just now even in the 10 - 14 yo bottlings .. they have character of much older whiskies

+1 for Lagavulin BTW its powerful stuff. The absolute favourite of mine is the double matured one which is finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks its getting expensive but 'what' a dram

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I agree .. this distillery is producing some excellent whisky just now even in the 10 - 14 yo bottlings .. they have character of much older whiskies

+1 for Lagavulin BTW its powerful stuff. The absolute favourite of mine is the double matured one which is finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks its getting expensive but 'what' a dram

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B*st*rd ! You made that far too easy...........

Just ordered one ( and a standard 16yo for reference .........)

Will I be able to resist a snifter for the next 6 weeks ?
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B*st*rd ! You made that far too easy...........

Just ordered one ( and a standard 16yo for reference .........)

Will I be able to resist a snifter for the next 6 weeks ?
The answer is NO!!

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Old 10 November 2012, 06:19   #25
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B*st*rd ! You made that far too easy...........

Just ordered one ( and a standard 16yo for reference .........)

Will I be able to resist a snifter for the next 6 weeks ?
Hehe .. You will definately not be disapointed ... but your friends will be,...... because once youve tried it .. they wont be getting any
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Holy jihad .. I just came across a whisky porn site

Splooth

yum yum .. takes a while for the catalogue to load .. keep scrolling down .. and theres more ... and even more theres loads of stuff in here I didnt know existed
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I agree .. this distillery is producing some excellent whisky just now even in the 10 - 14 yo bottlings .. they have character of much older whiskies

+1 for Lagavulin BTW its powerful stuff. The absolute favourite of mine is the double matured one which is finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks its getting expensive but 'what' a dram

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Yep 10 year single is great
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