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post #307 of 498

Has everyone given up for Lent? Or Eid. Or whatever.

 

I got some of this as a gift the other day and it's been going down pretty easy ...

 

post #308 of 498

Lagavulin. Like this.

 

post #309 of 498
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Lagavulin. Like this.

 

 

You have GOT to like peat to enjoy Lagavulin!

 

I do too......   :beer:

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You have GOT to like peat to enjoy Lagavulin!

 

I do too......   :beer:

LOVE THE PEAT!

 

Try this:

DEE-LISH!

post #311 of 498
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LOVE THE PEAT!

 

Try this:

DEE-LISH!

omg … that was sooooo smoky and peaty… could not take it...

 

Give me Highland Park, MacAllen, Balvenie Single Wood,

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omg … that was sooooo smoky and peaty… could not take it...

 

Give me Highland Park, MacAllen, Balvenie Single Wood,

Yep, definitely an acquired taste, not something I'd use to introduce someone to scotch but that's definitely where my tastes run when it comes to whisky. Give me the Taliskers, Laphroigs and Bowmores. Maybe it's because I gave up smoking and needed to fill the void?

post #313 of 498

I like the Oogie. Goes to 11!

 

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I like the Oogie. Goes to 11!

 

Haven't had the pleasure. I like going to 11!

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Yep, definitely an acquired taste, not something I'd use to introduce someone to scotch but that's definitely where my tastes run when it comes to whisky. Give me the Taliskers, Laphroigs and Bowmores. Maybe it's because I gave up smoking and needed to fill the void?

Laphroaig will bring a tear to your eye! No way to mistake it for anything else.
post #316 of 498
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Laphroaig will bring a tear to your eye! No way to mistake it for anything else.

Laphroaig Cask Strength! Yowsers!!!

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Laphroaig Cask Strength! Yowsers!!!

 

Not what you want to give someone as an introduction to Scotch whiskey!

 

Glenlivet.......single malt with training wheels.   ;-)

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Not what you want to give someone as an introduction to Scotch whiskey!

 

Glenlivet.......single malt with training wheels.   ;-)

Yep, starter kit. 

 

I like my scotch like I like my women, 18 years old and all mixed up with coke. :w00t:

 

Just kidding, I would never mix coke with any scotch, let alone good scotch.

 

It's whisky by the way, whiskey is from anywhere but Scotland, although that distinction may be less observed than it was in the past.

post #319 of 498
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Yep, starter kit.

 

I like my scotch like I like my women, 18 years old and all mixed up with coke. :w00t:

 

Just kidding, I would never mix coke with any scotch, let alone good scotch.

 

It's whisky by the way, whiskey is from anywhere but Scotland, although that distinction may be less observed than it was in the past.

 

Damn auto-correct! 

post #320 of 498

After reading a couple of these threads lately, BC and Long Game, I need a drink!

 

For a starter kit, I prefer Aberlour

 

Ablerlour 10 is typically inexpensive and good.

 

I drank Abunad'h when my ex and I would drink together -- still didn't save the marriage.:surrender:

 

Thank goodness in many ways.

 

 

 

http://www.aberlour.com/en/therange

post #321 of 498

Aberlour's not bad at all. 

 

Just to be clear, nasty, smokey, peaty is my preference but I also really enjoy a lot of fine Irish Whiskeys too and they tend to be much lighter and floral by comparison, more of a morning whiskey so to speak.

post #322 of 498

And there's nothing wrong with Speyside either even if you usually like Islay. Big tits, small tits etc. -- who cares as long as they're well presented?

post #323 of 498

Alas.  A Blues Brothers album and bottle of Jim Beam rendered me incapable of drinking whisky, scotch, bourbon, rye for the rest of my life.  So being a beach kind of guy, rum naturally became my favorite.  Cruzan is my favorite brand.  Their Black strap is excellent to sip.  Pusser's, Mount Gay and Gosling are great too.

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Alas.  A Blues Brothers album and bottle of Jim Beam rendered me incapable of drinking whisky, scotch, bourbon, rye for the rest of my life.  So being a beach kind of guy, rum naturally became my favorite.  Cruzan is my favorite brand.  Their Black strap is excellent to sip.  Pusser's, Mount Gay and Gosling are great too.
Lately I've been really getting into rum cocktails. Usually just a double shot of rum with lots of lime juice and some ginger ale or 7 up. It's getting a little too cold for the gin & tonics.
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