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Started by -Oy-, January 23, 2022, 09:53:59 PM

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-Oy-

Any whisky lovers here?

I do like a wee dram. In fact I like a BIG dram :D

I have a wide range of tastes but if pushed would always go Islay.

Here's what I snagged for "Birthmas" - birthday and christmas combined as my birthday is a few days before Christmas.

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

Alex

I see you've made a start  :grin: :grin: :grin:

Michael Rolls

there's a bottle of Talisker in the cupboard, along with a bottle of Lagavulin, and as a blend, Bell's. Glenmorangie is another favourite
Love your collection, which includes some of which I hadn't heard
Mike 👍👍👍👍
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hugh

Where do you live I'll come and help you out  :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:
Happy Golfer

Michael Rolls

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GrannyMac

Can't stand the stuff, but OH and son like a drop or three of malt. Highland Park, Jura, and Auchentoshan are in the cupboard at the moment.
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Michael Rolls

Highland Park is another favourite
Mike
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klondike

I inherited some and gave it away. I don't drink spirits. Well more accurately I no longer drink spirits.

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alfred

Hello -oy-

yes i have the occasional dram or tipple, bells, grants ,(Chivas regal one of my favourites ) a lovely smooth velvety taste , and i enjoy the odd glass at times, but not on a daily basis, the same for wine i like white wine and will on occasions drink red ,

so i suppose its horses. for courses.or what ever,

hugh

Hi oy I end up with Famous Grouse Christmas and birth days. For some reason never took to malts. I now mainly drink white wines and the odd beer.
Happy Golfer

-Oy-

#10
There's a lot of rubbish talked about whisky....

1. Blends are rubbish - single malts are the only good stuff. I only drink single malts - but that's MY choice and what I like.
2. You mustn't add water to a single malt. Firstly - MY whisky MY rules. Secondly - I currently have a 61.7% bottle of Islay single malt costing just under £200.  Without a bit of water in all there is is fire. What a waste - may as well drink parafin.
3. No mixers allowed. Again - I don't - but - YOUR whisky YOUR rules.

*Steps off soapbox :)
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

Michael Rolls

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-Oy-

Being Burns Night I shall be raising a glass of the afformentioned 61.7% good stuff North towards the land of my Grandfathers :clap:
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

-Oy-

And here it is....^^^^
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer."

klondike

more likely there it was...  :smiley:

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