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Old 10-27-2013, 03:59 AM
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I was just wondering if I am as sick as the wife tells me I am.
I had a great day. Found a store that found some bottles laying around in the basement. Ardbeg Day, Galileo and Airigh Nam Beist that they just put out on top of a display without any price or details. Just kind of laying out there.
I grabbed them and said how much$$??
I then noticed in another show case bottles of balvenie TUN 1401 batch 6 and 9. I said yes I'll take some of those too.
I have the money. No harm done but the wife is wondering what the hell is she going to do with this stuff if I bite the big one? AKA push the daisy's.
Well? Any ideas of what she should do? She does not drink.
Am I sick? Why do I do this?
Of course I love to drink the stuff.
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Old 10-27-2013, 08:44 AM
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Nice score Oscar, and yeah, if Bill is invited, can I show up with my scotch and Japanese whisky collection too?
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Old 10-28-2013, 01:05 AM
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Youbetchya !!
That's the way we talk in Minnesota ya know.
Just finished winterizing all my toys today. It was a nice day. Sunny with a high of about 60 F.
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You're not sick, you're a whisky fan


....I have the same issue, this is usually how my conversations go with my wife:

"I've just ordered some bot......"
"I'm not interested"
"Just letting you know incase the order comes when I'm....."
"I'm not interested"





I've got a bug for special releases, one offs/limited runs like that, if you have the cash then get them, you'll only regret it later if you dont and they all sell.

...what to do when you pop your clogs? Sell 'em.

Depends what you paid, but for bottles like that there will always be a good return over the years, so she can sell them and use the money to buy shoes.
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What did I buy recently? Well, er, blown the budget this month (and next months too!).

The Buffalo Trace Antiques were released last week in the UK (these are NOT cheap in the UK, alas) so got:

Eagle Rare 17yo
Sazerac 18yo
George T Stagg 2013

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Balvenie DW 17yo
Talisker Storm
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Dalwhinnie Distiller's Edition
Balvenie 15 Single Barrel
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Highland Park 25, Cadenheads small batch
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Macallan 30 year old blue label
Macallan 10 year old, old label
Glenfiddich heritage reserve , ceramic decanter, mary queen of scots
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I'm tracking a possibility of a bottle of Ardbeg Airigh Nam Beist right now, but did pick up a bottle I may or may not highly recommend, MacPhail Islay Single Malt 8, which is a Bunnahabhain. Last night when I first tried it, it was heavenly, but today it's lost some of the sheen.

Incredible nose and after comparing it to a bottle of Oban 14 my friend had recently purchased I was hands down in the MacPhail/Bunnahabhain court but am planning on finding the Oban 14 again tonight for a comparison.

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I was just wondering if I am as sick as the wife tells me I am.
I had a great day. Found a store that found some bottles laying around in the basement. Ardbeg Day, Galileo and Airigh Nam Beist that they just put out on top of a display without any price or details. Just kind of laying out there.
I grabbed them and said how much$$??
I then noticed in another show case bottles of balvenie TUN 1401 batch 6 and 9. I said yes I'll take some of those too.
I have the money. No harm done but the wife is wondering what the hell is she going to do with this stuff if I bite the big one? AKA push the daisy's.
Well? Any ideas of what she should do? She does not drink.
Am I sick? Why do I do this?
Of course I love to drink the stuff.
Oscar you lucky somfabitch! (sorry)...but seriously, where the hell is that store? I'll buy a plane ticket right now!!
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bowmore, the devils cask.
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Two bottles of GlenDronach; a 12 yo and a 15 yo Revival.
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bowmore, the devils cask.
Nice.I am hoping it hits the states but I am not sure it will.
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I have tried the Glendronach 12, 15 and 18 and they are all excellent. I just placed and order from MoM for a couple different Glendronaches. They have a tawny port, sauternes and muscatel finish that I've wanted to try. Also ordered a couple more Dalmore samples ( Cromartie, Cigar Malt and the Tweed Dram). As well as some of the Wemyss line. Looking forward to trying all of these soon.
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Oscar you lucky somfabitch! (sorry)...but seriously, where the hell is that store? I'll buy a plane ticket right now!!
I did my homework and found local stores within driving distance that specialize in Scotch whisky that DO NOT sell on line.
No one knows what they have except the locals like me.
Most locals only buy the cheap stuff.
This perticular store is having a sale in Novermber. 15% off all Scotch whisky.
I plan on visiting this weekend with my pockets filled with cash. (I'm a cash kind of guy).
I also have a permit to carry so I'm not to nervous about getting robbed.
I'll fill you in after the buy.
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Cash is the way to go. And yes, looking in "mom and pop" out-of-the-way shops outside urban or suburban areas, where the single malt "dap" is less likely to result in thirsty hoards cleaning out the shelves in a half-hour every time something good comes in.
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OK. So I drive up to the store I had mentioned. Last time I was there was late October, the counter girl told me they had a sale on Scotch whisky the whole month of November (15% off). I drive up (about 35 miles) and ask the guy working the counter "I hear your having a Scotch sale all of November" He say's it doesn't start until the 4th.
I say, (I hope under my breath) "Mother f'n cork suckin #&7%$"

You know , you just have to double check everything don't you.
maybe it's an age thing or the times? I never used to double check anything in my younger years. Now I am finding I need to double and triple check everything.

Next weekend then. Unless I go on the 4th.
They also have a Scotch whisky tasting on the 6th for four hours. FREE.
I may make them pay for making me drive up for nothing
But then how do I drive home. I must remember to be extra nice to Wifey over this next week. Think I can get to drive me? She has no interest in whisky.
Maybe I'll have to pay her off. Dang, Now that Whisky is getting even more expensive.
Oscar who's now over the legal limit. Sorry.
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Old 11-02-2013, 02:24 PM
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But then how do I drive home. I must remember to be extra nice to Wifey over this next week. Think I can get to drive me? She has no interest in whisky.
Maybe I'll have to pay her off. Dang, Now that Whisky is getting even more expensive.
Depends; is there any shopping or something else near the store that would interest your wife? It may cost you some bucks, but hey, what's a few bucks if it works? My wife agreed to take me to a festival on the condition that she could shop while I was there. So, my wife (who has ZERO interest in whisky, wine, or beer) and daughter-in-law dropped me and my son off at a Beer, Bourbon, & BBQ Festival back in August. They shopped for several hours while my son and I tasted bourbons and then ate some good BBQ. When we were done, we gave them a call and they picked us up. Son and I had fun, wife and daughter-in-law had fun, good day all around.
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So it looks like someone has had success with this plan. I think I'll suggest we take the grand daughter with. That will make her day.
I was thinking about getting the grand daughter involved with scotch whisky anyway because she will end up with my collection when I kack.
I'll have her stop into the store when they pick me up and see if she has any interest. I think when I tell her how much I have spent she'll get interested in a hurry. She likes money a lot. Works full time (gymnastics instructor) and goes to law school full time and manages to play had too. Great kid
Oscar, who's nickname is Lucky.
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Okay so just went through about 8 samples with the boss the last 2 days from our MoM order. So far very happy with our selections and looking forward to actually getting a few whole bottles based off of our tastings. I didn't remember to bring my notes with me but will put them down according to our "rating" system.

Top shelfers- Literally on the top shelf of a cabinet

1. Bunnahabhain 25yr- Loved it, great palate with a perfect finish
2. Dalmore Cromartie
3. Glengoyne 21 yr- absolutely amazing
4. Glendronach Port finish, Sauternes finish, Moscatel finish

Mid shelfers

1. Wemyss malts Choclate Honeycomb ( Bunnahabhain)
2. Benriach 15 yr Pedro Ximenez finish
3. Wemyss malts Rum n' Raisin ( Tullabardine )
4. Glendronach 21 yr parliament - Forgot this was ordered last time as well
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Bowmore 12. It will be my last.
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Bowmore 12. It will be my last.
I'll get you something else in exchange if you don't like it at all.

I like the Bowmore 12 and Legend, but not the 18.
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I'll get you something else in exchange if you don't like it at all.
I've had it before at a friend's place and thought it decent enough but was on an Ardbeg 10 kick then, which made me think it was rather thin and boring. Thought I'd try it again, but still feel the same way.
I was thinking I would have to finish it off now, but YES, some kind of swap would be a doable.
There is about 3.5 ounces out of the bottle.
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Ardbeg Uigeadail (current release).
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I've had it before at a friend's place and thought it decent enough but was on an Ardbeg 10 kick then, which made me think it was rather thin and boring. Thought I'd try it again, but still feel the same way.
I was thinking I would have to finish it off now, but YES, some kind of swap would be a doable.
There is about 3.5 ounces out of the bottle.
Since I enjoy it, it just makes sense.

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Ardbeg Uigeadail (current release).
Love the Uigeadail, and if you like it, you'll really like the Corryvreckan.
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Love the Uigeadail, and if you like it, you'll really like the Corryvreckan.
Word on the street is the Corryvreckan is one of your favorites!
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Word on the street is the Corryvreckan is one of your favorites!
... wait till he tastes the Ardbog.
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Word on the street is the Corryvreckan is one of your favorites!
It's true!

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... wait till he tastes the Ardbog.
Can't wait and if I like it even more than the Corryvreckan then that's really something to look forward to.
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I recently purchased a bottle of "Crested Ten" a Jameson product.
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2 Bottles of Glenmorangie Ealanta. I am happy with it.
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How is the Ealanta. I really like the La Santa and the Nectar d' Or. How does it compare to the two.
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How is the Ealanta. I really like the La Santa and the Nectar d' Or. How does it compare to the two.
Its not really like them. Its more of a refined Bourbon than a Scotch whisky. It smells like bourbon and the first taste on the tongue is a bourbon sweetness but then the scotch spices kick in and give you something to explore. It is very good and easy to drink for anyone. I do recommend it for sure.

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Let me know if they have anything left. I would love to get my hands on the Beast.

I just found 5 more bottles of Laphroaig 15 at a similar place in Texas. Interested in a little horse trading?
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Also just ordered Glenmorangie Ealanta also found Sonnalta PX.
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Recently bought a bottle of Glenfarclas 17 and found it somewhat disappointing. The aroma and initial taste on the palette are along the lines of what you'd expect from a Speyside malt, but the finish is very underwhelming and lacking complexity. My first reaction was, "That's it?!?" It almost reminds me of a blended scotch. Michael Jackson had rated it highly in his last book, but at $80 a bottle I think he overshot it in this case.
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Sorry to here about the Glenfarclas 17. I was about to buy a bottle as I was curious.
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I have developed a sickness of buying every bottle of this stuff I see.
I found out that if you buy in three packs you get these cool looking boxes which are perfect for the man cave.






I'm heading out tomorrow on a search for more.
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-But will you ever DRINK any of 'em, Oscar?!!
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Last few bottles I got.
Jack Daniels Bicentennial
Christian Brothers Tricentennial Brandy
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NZ Whisky Company South Island 18yr old.
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I have developed a sickness of buying every bottle of this stuff I see.
I found out that if you buy in three packs you get these cool looking boxes which are perfect for the man cave.






I'm heading out tomorrow on a search for more.
Methinks, someday, Oscar may need some help with consumption.

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Stop and pick me up, it's on the way. Bought a bottle of Highland Park 18 a couple of days ago. Was so comfortable by the fire last night I think my socks were smoking.
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Stop and pick me up, it's on the way. Bought a bottle of Highland Park 18 a couple of days ago. Was so comfortable by the fire last night I think my socks were smoking.
Sounds like the perfect setting for a dram of the Highland 18. I finished the only bottle I ever bought a month ago. Now I am salivating for a taste. It is as good as it gets...
Luckily I can buy it locally for $90.00.
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About two hours ago I received the following shipment from The Whisky Exchange:

Glenfarclas Tasting Pack (full 15, mini 21, mini 25)
Tobermory 15
Mortlach 21 y/o (Signatory)
Glendronach 18 mini
Glendronach 21 mini

First experience with TWE and I'm pleased. Good packaging and pretty quick delivery (to Georgia).

Can't wait to crack these!
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Okay so just went through about 8 samples with the boss the last 2 days from our MoM order. So far very happy with our selections and looking forward to actually getting a few whole bottles based off of our tastings. I didn't remember to bring my notes with me but will put them down according to our "rating" system.

Top shelfers- Literally on the top shelf of a cabinet

1. Bunnahabhain 25yr- Loved it, great palate with a perfect finish2. Dalmore Cromartie
3. Glengoyne 21 yr- absolutely amazing
4. Glendronach Port finish, Sauternes finish, Moscatel finish
This is one of my top 3 ever tasted (out of appx 100 or so). Love that stuff. Soooo good.
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Looks like I will have to try MOM.
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Jealous. I was trying to get Arran to ship me one over seas and they won't. I am big fan of the way Arran what Arran is doing with their Limited releases.
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About two hours ago I received the following shipment from The Whisky Exchange:

Glenfarclas Tasting Pack (full 15, mini 21, mini 25)
Tobermory 15
Mortlach 21 y/o (Signatory)
Glendronach 18 mini
Glendronach 21 mini

First experience with TWE and I'm pleased. Good packaging and pretty quick delivery (to Georgia).

Can't wait to crack these!
I loved the Glendronach 18 and 21. As a matter of fact I haven't been disappointed with anything of theirs at all. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
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This is one of my top 3 ever tasted (out of appx 100 or so). Love that stuff. Soooo good.
I would have to agree. It's in my top five as well.
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I loved the Glendronach 18 and 21. As a matter of fact I haven't been disappointed with anything of theirs at all. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Me either but 15yr Revial is becoming harder for me to find now.
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I've seen a few bottles around locally lately. If they are getting hard to find I might have to pick some up.
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I loved the Glendronach 18 and 21. As a matter of fact I haven't been disappointed with anything of theirs at all. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Beautiful stuff - both of them.

Glendronach is one of my local distilleries - about 20 minutes away.
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This is what I picked up this week.

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two bottles of robert graham littlemill,nos 36 and 38 of 230. cask 99 .28 year old. 50.5 abv
one bottle of chivas brothers scapa. 12 years old. batch nos sc 12 006. 55.1 abv.
one bottle arran single cask,nos 719. 1997 .bottle nos 61 of 520. 56.5 abv
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forgot ,
bowmore 16 year old vintage ltd edition,1989. 51.8 abv.
gordon and macphail centenary reserve balblair 1973,bottled 1995, abv 40.0
glenmorangie,1 litre,traditional 100 proof,10 years old.57.2 abv.
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Hmmm, bought a bottle of Oban Distillers Edition. Not quite my style, some water improved it, but ....
Actually it's better neat and I think I like it.

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I recently bought a Bowmore Devils Cask and I am considering quite a few more - I am new here so hi.
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While I didn't buy anything else recently I finally tried the Dalmore 12 and 18 last night will out with the wife. Both were excellent and definitely soon to be added to the collection.
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Just in form fabulous Las Vegas.
They had Balvenie TUN 1401 Batch 7 at the Duty free and I wanted some. they said kiss my MFA you are staying in the States so FU.
Help. I want to know how I can get this stuff.
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While I didn't buy anything else recently I finally tried the Dalmore 12 and 18 last night will out with the wife. Both were excellent and definitely soon to be added to the collection.
Dalmore 12 is awesome for the price. Very surprised it does not get mentioned more often, but Macallan 12 and Glenmoringie are suggested all the time.
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Dalmore 12 is awesome for the price. Very surprised it does not get mentioned more often, but Macallan 12 and Glenmoringie are suggested all the time.
I'll go on a Dalmore search, and while I'm at it, is the 12 my best bet, or are there any others you guys would suggest?
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I would do the 12, 18 , cigar malt and the King Alexander the III if you can. The last two are hard to come across though.
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I would do the 12, 18 , cigar malt and the King Alexander the III if you can. The last two are hard to come across though.
Hopefully I'll be able to find at least one or two of them tomorrow at my favorite sampling spot.

You and I both have a suggested preference by our user names, but I'd really be happiest if I found I liked everything! It's not going to happen of course, as I've already found any number of bottlings that I haven't cared for at all, but I hold out optimistic hope for Dalmore.
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I would say based on what I've seen that you like,the Cigar Malt is going to be your best bet. But hopefully you will enjoy the other 3 as well.
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I'm not a Dalmore fan at all. Their finishing leaves me with an undesirable winey flavor.
Try before you buy.
I've not tried the new cigar malt, but I'll give it a go if I see it around. I'll try almost anything, once.
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This is what I picked up this week.

That Laphroaig batch 4 is very good.
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I would say based on what I've seen that you like,the Cigar Malt is going to be your best bet. But hopefully you will enjoy the other 3 as well.
I'm on my way soon and hope they have some Dalmore's open for tasting.

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I'm not a Dalmore fan at all. Their finishing leaves me with an undesirable winey flavor.
Try before you buy.
I've not tried the new cigar malt, but I'll give it a go if I see it around. I'll try almost anything, once.
Cheers!
At this point I know that it's a good possibility I won't like them, but that's part of the adventure I guess. I definitely look forward to trying more Knockdhu/anCnoc and Longmorn products.

Last night I got a bottle of Quarter Cask given to me and I also bought a bottle of NAS Miyagikyou, which was a wonderful note to close the night out with.
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I bought a nice looking Bunnahabhain 24 YO, Berry Brothers cask 4110.
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And how was it Cato. I've heard the A.D. Rattray 23 year is good.
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glenfarclas 15,what a dram for 39 pounds.
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I tried the Dalmore 12 and 18 today and am not really sure what I thought of them. The 12 went from okay to better I think, but the 18, like many other excellent expressions (and I say that because of how many people apparently enjoy it), felt that it was probably not for me.

Another one that I'll have to try again is the Highland Park Loki, but it got my curiosity at any rate.
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Bought a Bruichladdich , The Laddie 16. Not bad. Last month I bought an Oban Distillers Edition, at first I didn't like it. Don't know if I had just eaten a prune or... It is actually quite good. I have Highland Park 18 around all the time and this is in the same class, and will try to have it on hand also. I don't have the ready access to many of the Scotch that you folks do. It takes a trip to Denver to achieve that.

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Dalmore Cigar malt is hard to find? Local store has a couple bottles. All that my town dinks is J&B rare and Johnny Walker.
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Just ordered Bowmore Devils Cask guess it has made it to the US.
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Glenfiddich 15yo Distillery edition
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After a long wait my B&M finally got a bottle of A'bunadh No.45

Hype failed to deliver Lesson learned, move on...
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Here Is the collection since September.

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Glenfiddich 15yo Distillery edition
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Hakushu 10 - I found some of this out of production expression which has been replaced by the more expensive 12.

Of all the Hakushu products so far, the 10 is my favorite.
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Bought a Bruichladdich , The Laddie 16. Not bad. Last month I bought an Oban Distillers Edition, at first I didn't like it. Don't know if I had just eaten a prune or... It is actually quite good. I have Highland Park 18 around all the time and this is in the same class, and will try to have it on hand also. I don't have the ready access to many of the Scotch that you folks do. It takes a trip to Denver to achieve that.
Where is your favorite stop in Denver? Keg on Colorado is good. Davidson's is also huge with a great selection. Curious if you know of a gem I am unaware of.

It will be an Aberour Christmas. A'bunadh and Aberlour 18 were the picks for this week. I will likely just finish up The Laddie 10 this week however. Love it. Better the the 16. The 10 is the first Bruichladdich from the new ownership and they recognize it as their best current release.

Have 2 unopened Glendronach (12,16) waiting as well.
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Latest two bottles. Dalmore Astrum and Rosebank 1990 Millennium 150cl.

Not sure if I want to open the Dalmore or just look at it and dream about drinking it.

The Rosebank I'm not sure either.
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Been waiting for these to hit the states.
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Where is your favorite stop in Denver? Keg on Colorado is good. Davidson's is also huge with a great selection. Curious if you know of a gem I am unaware of.

It will be an Aberour Christmas. A'bunadh and Aberlour 18 were the picks for this week. I will likely just finish up The Laddie 10 this week however. Love it. Better the the 16. The 10 is the first Bruichladdich from the new ownership and they recognize it as their best current release.

Have 2 unopened Glendronach (12,16) waiting as well.
No, but I have slipped into Pints Pub, on 13th, before. Has been quite some time.
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balvenie triple cask 16 year old.
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I picked up two bottles of highland park 18 for myself and 4 bottles of the world renowned King Square American Blended Whiskey for family and friends... If the 49ers win it's going to be a good weekend! Heck, if they win I might get em all Canadian Leaf whiskey for the following weeks game, they love the label...
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I picked up two bottles of highland park 18 for myself and 4 bottles of the world renowned King Square American Blended Whiskey for family and friends... If the 49ers win it's going to be a good weekend! Heck, if they win I might get em all Canadian Leaf whiskey for the following weeks game, they love the label...
49ers Did win. Can I be included in the Canadian Leaf Whiskey give away? I'll cheer as loud as I can for the 9ers
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49ers Did win. Can I be included in the Canadian Leaf Whiskey give away? I'll cheer as loud as I can for the 9ers
... They surely did!! I just picked up 2 bottles of Duncan Taylor North British 30 year old ( I like the juice) and I will pick up some Canadian Leaf for friends and family within the next few days.. If you can make it you can drink as much as you want (Canadian leaf that is) .

If the 49ers beat the Panthers I will provide family and friends with Canadian Clubs Classic 12 for the next game.
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as i mentioned in another thread, i recently took the plunge for what is a modest heist, apparently, by forum standards--but a significant plunge, for me. i've uncorked them in ascending order of expectations, with a fair amount of enjoyment:

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i've uncorked all but the corryvreckan, which i'm trying to hold off on as long as i can stand it... and, in the interim, i picked up a bottle of nikka pure malt white at bic camera on a trip into niigata city: i suspect, IP, that you'd like this if you haven't tried it already... just uncorked the nikka the night before last, and enjoying it as well (especially on the nose: for me, it's strongest up front, less impressive on the palate, and least noteworthy on the finish, almost the opposite of the peat monster)

in 2-1/2 weeks or so, i've made a significant dent in the first 3 bottles (at least a quarter of each bottle gone, i'd reckon), enjoying a dram or two every night to stave off those niigata winter blues--successfully, i might add!
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Just ordered Bowmore Devils Cask guess it has made it to the US.
Where did you find it? I haven't been able to find that bottle

Last week, I bought:
Old Weller 107
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Faultine - Independent bottling of an 15 year Bowmore cask
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... They surely did!! I just picked up 2 bottles of Duncan Taylor North British 30 year old ( I like the juice) and I will pick up some Canadian Leaf for friends and family within the next few days.. If you can make it you can drink as much as you want (Canadian leaf that is) .

If the 49ers beat the Panthers I will provide family and friends with Canadian Clubs Classic 12 for the next game.
What are you going to do if the Niners win this weekend?

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