quote:Originally posted by AZwineRyan:
I enjoy a good single malt here and there, but have not tasted enough to feel even remotely well-versed in the area. I've had a good deal of the typical finds from the glenfiddich's, glenlivet's and glenmorangie's to the johnnie walker's, chivas regal's and macallan's.
With that said, pretty much across the board I tend to favor Glenlivet. I'd have to say my favorite is the 25 year old (I finally got one for my last birthday) and for the price I love the 15 year. I recently spoke with the US ambassador for glenlivet and chivas regal at a local costco and told him that I think the 15 year glenlivet is better than the 18 or 21 year bottlings. He smiled, shook my hand and told me that he fully agreed.
Man is that 15 year Glenlivet dang good at the price. But then again, many years ago in college, I would of told you that Jack Daniels was my best friend.
I agree with you, the 15 year is realy good but I am currently enjorying Glenfiddich (18year).
I also enjoy a nice bourbon ( Four roses and Woodford Reserve in particular)