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Old 07-31-2019, 06:25 AM
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I'm going on the record for believing Springbank 10 is an excellent craft malt whisky. It's not an industrially produced product.
I'm having visions of buying a case of it in Minneapolis next time I pass through there.
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In that case you'll have to let me know when you're on your way back!
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In that case you'll have to let me know when you're on your way back!
As I get older more and more things never make it past the pipe dream level.
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I had the Springbank 25 at the Brandy Library in NYC. It was suggested by the whisky sommelie there to pair with the steak tartare. It was phenomenal. It you ever get to lower Manhattan you should visit their selections:

http://www.brandylibrary.com

I usually order the Springbank 15 when I have a good cigar. It is one of my favorite along with the Balvenie Portwood.

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I had the Springbank 25 at the Brandy Library in NYC. It was suggested by the whisky sommelie there to pair with the steak tartare. It was phenomenal. It you ever get to lower Manhattan you should visit their selections:

http://www.brandylibrary.com

I usually order the Springbank 15 when I have a good cigar. It is one of my favorite along with the Balvenie Portwood.
If I get to Minneapolis I'll pick up a 15 and maybe some other Springbank offerings.
I read the Japanese are driving the high end Springbank prices up by it's becoming popular in Japan.
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I usually order the Springbank 15...one of my favorite...
Well in that case I'm going to have to see if I can find one when I next head to town.

Don't worry Bill, I'll make sure I save some to bring up to Idaho.
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Muy bueno.
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I will get one when I head to town.
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Total Wine bumped the Springbank 10 up $7/btl in the Minneapolis stores.
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