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    Day 12


    Smooth finish, vanilla, hints of fruit & caramel.

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    Day 13

    Hints of chocolate, spice & pitted fruit. So good.

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    Day 14

    Couldn’t put a distinct profile.

    Pepper, strong notes, hints of oak & honey.

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    Day 15

    Hints of spice & pitted fruits. Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by 89coupe View Post
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    Day 15

    Hints of spice & pitted fruits. Very nice
    I've been wanting to pick up a Loch Lomond 12,15 or 18... sounds like it's worth giving a go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidI View Post
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    I've been wanting to pick up a Loch Lomond 12,15 or 18... sounds like it's worth giving a go?
    It was really nice

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    Day 16

    Hints of peat, smoke & spice. Also very nice.

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    Got this from a client today. Never tried it before.

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    Holy smokes, that Lafrog Carchase went with the quickness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roopi View Post
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    Great price

    I have two bottles left.

    Will pass it on though

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongCity View Post
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    Holy smokes, that Lafrog Carchase went with the quickness!
    No kidding. Stuck in a meeting and missed it. Friend managed to get the last bottle.

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    I finally tracked down some bottles I've been chasing for a while and made the 350€ order... only to be told none of the 7 bottles I wanted were in stock and to have the order fully refunded.

    Ugh. The whisky demand/inflation has been brutal this last year.

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    Just finished my first bottle of scotch ever.
    Laphroaig quarter cask.

    I know nothing about scotch expect for it was delicious and smoky.

    What do you all recommend I buy next?

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    Want to stay smoky? Ardbeg 10. Ledaig 10.

    Less smoky but still rich in flavour: Bunnahabhain 12, Tomatin 12, Glendronach 8 or 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengie View Post
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    Just finished my first bottle of scotch ever.
    Laphroaig quarter cask.

    I know nothing about scotch expect for it was delicious and smoky.

    What do you all recommend I buy next?
    Kirkland signature islay. It’s way cheaper than those other three, and about 150x better.

    Edit: not cheaper than tomatin 12, but that tastes like prison toilet liquor in comparison to the Kirkland islay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roopi View Post
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    Thanks for the tip, picked one up

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    Kirkland signature islay. It’s way cheaper than those other three, and about 150x better.

    Edit: not cheaper than tomatin 12, but that tastes like prison toilet liquor in comparison to the Kirkland islay.
    +1 the Kirkland Islay is too cheap for what it is. Worth picking up a bottle if you need something peaty and easy to drink. Lagavulin 8 is a great one too for being $64 at most places like superstore this week.

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    Apparently it's Robbie Burns day?

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    Absolutely delicious

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    DOES ANYONE NEED A GO-JUICE?

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