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Originally posted by steve8:
Redbreast, 12 Yr.

I really like this whiskey.


Steve, one time after an offline you and I walked to a pub near the restaurant and you insisted on treating me to a shot of something you were surprised to see. Any chance you recall what that was?
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Originally posted by billhike:
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Originally posted by steve8:
Redbreast, 12 Yr.

I really like this whiskey.


Steve, one time after an offline you and I walked to a pub near the restaurant and you insisted on treating me to a shot of something you were surprised to see. Any chance you recall what that was?


It might have been Midleton Irish Whiskey, but not certain.
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Originally posted by Azwiese:
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Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
Auchentoshan 12 year.


I was turned on to that in Edinburgh. I really enjoy the 3 Wood as well.


I didn't try that one, but we visited The Whisky Castle in Tomintoul in the central highlands. After tasting several rare bottlings, I picked two to bring home and I still haven't opened them. I'm waiting until I have a wider experience with single malts.
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
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Originally posted by steve8:
Redbreast, 12 Yr.

I really like this whiskey.

+1

It's been my go-to since I was introduced during a trip to Ireland in 2011.


Different strokes....

It's one of my least favorite, along with Bushmills 18 yr old.
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Originally posted by Rothko:
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
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Originally posted by steve8:
Redbreast, 12 Yr.

I really like this whiskey.

+1

It's been my go-to since I was introduced during a trip to Ireland in 2011.


Different strokes....

It's one of my least favorite, along with Bushmills 18 yr old.

Agreed as far as different strokes. Have you tried The Irishman?

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