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Old 05-16-2017, 01:26 AM
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I am fairly new to Scotch Whisky, but have acquired a love for it very quickly. I started with Bourbon, but moved to Scotch quickly. I Have aberlour a'bunadh and 12, The Mc. 12, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban and Lasanta, Monkey Shoulder, Multiple Johnnie Walkers, Tomatin 12, Balvenie Double Wood 12, and my favorites Dalmore Valour and Cogar Malt. Those two have some hint of something different than the others.

What other Scotches would have a similar flavor profile? It just has something that stands out to me that I can't put my finger on.
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I am fairly new to Scotch Whisky, but have acquired a love for it very quickly. I started with Bourbon, but moved to Scotch quickly. I Have aberlour a'bunadh and 12, The Mc. 12, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban and Lasanta, Monkey Shoulder, Multiple Johnnie Walkers, Tomatin 12, Balvenie Double Wood 12, and my favorites Dalmore Valour and Cogar Malt. Those two have some hint of something different than the others.

What other Scotches would have a similar flavor profile? It just has something that stands out to me that I can't put my finger on.
You like the Balvenie, go find the 15 Single Barrel and 17 DoubleWood.

My favorite Johnnie Walker's are Double Black, Green (old bottling with cork only) and Blue.

I just bought a bottle of Monkey Shoulder recently and was pleased with the cost/value equation and if you like it, another great bargain is Teacher's Highland Cream.

I want to try some of the others you've mentioned here, especially the Dalmore.
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If you want something that "stands out" consider a peaty Scotch from the island of Islay.
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If you want something that "stands out" consider a peaty Scotch from the island of Islay.


Unfortunately I do not like peated whisky...at all. One of the kinky things that I do not like.
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Unfortunately I do not like peated whisky...at all. One of the kinky things that I do not like.
It has to grow on you.
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