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Originally posted by GlennK:
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Originally posted by kingofcool:
What'd you think?
I really liked it

Same here, very tasty. I just got a bottle of the 15. The 20 was something special, too.
Just opened a bottle of Provenance private bottling that we brought back from Scotland. It's a winter distillation, whatever that means, and it's one of the finest single malts I've ever tasted. I'm going to have to ration this.
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Originally posted by TheEngineer:
Pouring the last of my recently purchased bottle of Highland Park 30 yo.

Really lovely stuff.


Very nice. Unfortunately so much more expensive than the 18. Even more expensive if family and friends drink 3/4 of the bottle in one evening.
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Originally posted by MoselleLuxemburg:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by wine+art:
1608 Bushmills Irish Whiskey.


Had to google this, to see if this is a 400 year old bottle. Ok it isn't Smile[/QUOTE. I'm a poor and working class stiff. I was lucky that my CC went through... And a Sears CC at that. I'm a rookie when it comes to this libation, so nothing unique or expensive. Wink
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Originally posted by MoselleLuxemburg:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
1608 Bushmills Irish Whiskey.


Had to google this, to see if this is a 400 year old bottle. Ok it isn't Smile


it's still 100$ =)

the middleton is better for the money IMHO
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by MoselleLuxemburg:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by wine+art:
1608 Bushmills Irish Whiskey.


Had to google this, to see if this is a 400 year old bottle. Ok it isn't Smile[/QUOTE. I'm a poor and working class stiff. I was lucky that my CC went through... And a Sears CC at that. I'm a rookie when it comes to this libation, so nothing unique or expensive. Wink

Working class stiff, yeah. Given the wines you are drinking, i did not completely rule out you actually tasted a 400 year old Irish Whiskey.

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