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    RESURRECTION TIME:

    just picked up a bottle of Glen Livet 18 yr. Very excited to crack it open after we exhaust the charms of this Tanqueray 10 gin with fever tree tonic.

    I iz indeed drunk.
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    Our friend just got back from a month in the uk and italy. Pulled out a bottle of chivas he got from the distillery. Dont remember much from last night haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by earl panda View Post
    this is what i have in my little bar at home:

    bowmore 12 yr
    ben nevis 12 yr
    arran malt 6 yr
    lagavulin 16 yr
    lochnagar 12 yr
    glenmorangie 10 yr

    how about yours?
    i love the smokeyness of the lagavulin... i really should get me another bottle

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    wtf
    i like grains as much as the next mick

    but is there not a whiskey blog

    the whiskey is for during or after the show

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    Quote Originally Posted by earl panda View Post
    this is what i have in my little bar at home:

    bowmore 12 yr
    ben nevis 12 yr
    arran malt 6 yr
    lagavulin 16 yr
    lochnagar 12 yr
    glenmorangie 10 yr

    how about yours?
    you need to add a bottle of jamesons, thats standard, and a 12 or 18 year bushmills single malt...theres no irish whiskey in ur collection
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    Quote Originally Posted by djchriswoods.co.uk View Post
    you need to add a bottle of jamesons, thats standard, and a 12 or 18 year bushmills single malt...theres no irish whiskey in ur collection
    Just got my first bottle of Jameson's - compliments of my wife's obsession with Pink (her favourite tipple). Loving it Chris. What should I look for next?
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    I love me some Bushmill's 16 y/o, and I've recently discovered Yamazaki (Japanese whisky) which is different, but I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonathanBlake View Post
    Just got my first bottle of Jameson's - compliments of my wife's obsession with Pink (her favourite tipple). Loving it Chris. What should I look for next?
    If you like a bit of peatiness (dont know if thats a word...it is now) then Connemara might be one to look at. Jamesons is a general drinking whiskey imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by djchriswoods.co.uk View Post
    If you like a bit of peatiness (dont know if thats a word...it is now) then Connemara might be one to look at. Jamesons is a general drinking whiskey imo
    Ta, will check it out. Limited in South Africa.
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    got some new stuff:

    fettercairn 15 yrs (scotland highlands)
    cooley 8 yrs (ireland county louth)

    still saving some cash for a bottle port ellen (scotland islay) but they don´t sell them under 200€...
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