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Bunnahabhain 18


Just one more sip.
 
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Macallan 18.
 
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Redbreast 12 year
 
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Angostura 1919 Rum

WOW. The nose here is unreal.


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Eagle Rare 17 Year


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Lagavulin 16

Yes...I'm in to a little bit of everything tonight!
 
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Four Roses Small Batch 2012 Limited.
Second best bourbon I have ever had !


Thank you sir...may I have another ?
 
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Angostura 1919 Rum

WOW. The nose here is unreal.


love that stuff. went through an inordinate amount this past summer.
 
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Angostura 1919 Rum

WOW. The nose here is unreal.


love that stuff. went through an inordinate amount this past summer.


where do I find that? Sounds amazing....is it available?
 
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Bowmore Enigma 12yr


"Wine, one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise and taste."
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Caol Ila 12, nice, light in color, but for the same money, I slightly prefer Lagavulin 16.


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Glenlivet 18. Last of the bottle...
 
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Angostura 1919 Rum

WOW. The nose here is unreal.


love that stuff. went through an inordinate amount this past summer.

I'm not a big rum drinker; got burned out on the stuff during a vacation on St. Thomas, VI many years ago.
But would you recommend this as a gift to a friend who still enjoys it?


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zacapa 23yo.... trying to shake a cold gifted to our home from daycare....
 
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Ron Millionario - Sistema Solera 15 Reserva Especial

I'm loving the rum!
 
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Just picked a Dry Fly Triticale whiskey. Will crack it next weekend and post notes.


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Glenfiddich 15 is nice. I have a gift pack with 12, 15, and 18 in it. I think I'll have to try all of them side-by-side.


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Tonight with sushi,

Kuromatsu Hakushika Junmai Daiginjo. Very good.
 
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Johnnie Walker Black. I was gifted this. The thought was appreciated, the whiskey itself, not so much.....


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Whisky tasting at a local shop:
Couvreur "Overaged", very basic pure malt, unpeated, clean and well crafted
Couvreur "Candid", only 6yr old, yet very rounded, matured in PX cask
Couvreur "Blossoming Auld Sherried", best of the tasting, 15yr old matured in PX, marvelously balanced, beautiful sherry note.
Uberach (from Alsace, aged in Banyuls cask), a big surprise, very delicate, well crafted.
Bunnahabhain Toiteach un-chillfiltered (slightly more peated than the usual Bunnahabhain, still very subtle), not exactly cheap, but still my QPR favourite of the tasting.

Took home a bottle of Bunnahabhain Toiteach and Couvreur Blossoming Auld Sherried


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2009 Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) Réserve Spéciale

2011 Freemark Abbey Chardonnay


Live simply, Laugh often, Wine a lot!!!
 
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Angostura 1919 rum
 
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2009 Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) Réserve Spéciale

2011 Freemark Abbey Chardonnay


Well said, but wrong thread, Ed. Wink

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Glenfiddich 15 is nice. I have a gift pack with 12, 15, and 18 in it. I think I'll have to try all of them side-by-side.


Good idea to try them all side by side vs. saving for one at a time. I once did that with all the Remy's from their basic Cognac through to the Louis X111, all from full bottles so we has some left over for later. The difference was clear as we moved though the progression.

Enjoy your your whiskey tasting!
 
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McClelland Single Malt Islay Scotch

Lagavulin 16


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