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    anything’s good when you mix it with coke.

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    It's surprisingly smooth for being 65%, added a few drops of water and enjoyed it more so. Really get the caramel flavour, very enjoyable and great for the price point

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    Got mine today. Also didn’t notice til I got home that they gave me a different bottle of glendronach than what I ordered. The one they gave me was $20 more than the one I paid for though, so yay.

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    Nice upgrade. That's a craft cellars exclusive I believe

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    I’ve tried both those bottles now. The rye was surprisingly good. Even for my unrefined palate, it was a great experience to drink... seemed more to have complex flavours than what I am used to.

    The glendronch is fantastic. I would definitely say it’s worth the regular price of $115, so it was a steal at $65.

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    I’ve tried both those bottles now. The rye was surprisingly good. Even for my unrefined palate, it was a great experience to drink... seemed more to have complex flavours than what I am used to.

    The glendronch is fantastic. I would definitely say it’s worth the regular price of $115, so it was a steal at $65.
    Which GlenDronach were you supposed to get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongCity View Post
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    Which GlenDronach were you supposed to get?
    2009 single malt

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    2009 single malt
    It's a fantastic bottle. I picked one up the other day, opened it that night, and went back to grab another bottle the next day. Fantastic value at $65

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    I got floored today by a group of guys from an outdoorsman club I take care of with advice etc all the time. They all got together and brought me this amazing bottle to my work today!

    Looking forward to tasting this one...

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    Know you guys were looking for nice Whisky glasses, I found these at the Bay, real crystal, super heavy, nice size.

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    You: "how's the flavor?"
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    I need to pick up a bottle of whisky for hiking and outdoor stuff here in Bulgaria.

    It's going in a flask so nothing too fancy. I want something I can geek out on a bit but that non-whisky drinkers can also enjoy and I think I'll go Irish (added benefit of Irish Coffees on the mountain).

    The local shop has Bushmill Black Bush or Jameson Black Barrel. Anyone tried both and can offer a recommendation or comparison?


    Edit: Found another shop with Caskmate Stout or Teeling Single Malt. I'd really love to try all 4 but need to decide on one for now...
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    I drank all the bushes at an event, but between giggling about the names, and how tall of a pour the rep was serving, I remember exactly nothing about them

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    Went with the Jameson Black Barrel - only 23 Euros.

    Super easy drinking whisky. Dangerously so, actually.

    Not very complex but lots of vanilla and oak with a hint of Christmas spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice) on the finish and that lingering Jameson honey.

    Highly recommended for those looking for something ridiculously smooth.

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    Picked up some new bourbons

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    Can someone recommend some Japanese scotch's they enjoy? We're doing a tasting tomorrow and we each have picked a country to buy from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msommers View Post
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    Can someone recommend some Japanese scotch's they enjoy? We're doing a tasting tomorrow and we each have picked a country to buy from.
    I quite like "Nikka from the Barrel" although the coffee grain is also apparently highly rated

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    Quote Originally Posted by msommers View Post
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    Can someone recommend some Japanese scotch's they enjoy? We're doing a tasting tomorrow and we each have picked a country to buy from.
    This is fantastic.

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