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post #16 of 630
Been drinking Laphroaig since 1971.....
post #17 of 630
Quote:
Originally Posted by PinkFloyd
I polished off a bottle of 1980 Knockando the other night...
Barbarian!


/U.
post #18 of 630
Quote:
Originally Posted by PinkFloyd
I polished off a bottle of 1980 Knockando the other night and the hangover was quite pleasant compared to a blended scotch......

The next morning my urine was golden and opaque instead of thick and treacly and I was able to eat a full english breakfast (bacon, egg, sausage, tomato, fried bread, black pudding and mushrooms) without heaving up.

This is a class malt.

Pinkie.

And you're a class act. Thanks for sharing (especially "thin and treacly")
I don't know if I'll be able to hold down my friend eggs.



Thanks for the great scotch round-up, Tyson. I must try some of those. But you forgot my favorite. 100 Pipers. $7 a bottle. Cheap and effective. If I had to spend more an $10 a bottle, I'd be impoverished within the year.
post #19 of 630
I dont want to spoil the party but several members are battling alcoholism and I dont think this thread is going to help.

Dont flame me - I am just stating my opinion. Obviously I share your enthusiasm for a good drink but I think we can be more supportive to those battling alcoholism.

<hides in a bush awaiting the barrage of bullets >

LOL
post #20 of 630
Quote:
Originally Posted by gsferrari
Obviously I share your enthusiasm for a good drink but I think we can be more supportive to those battling alcoholism.
I'll drink to that...

But come to think of it... Floyd, weren't you trying to lose the sauce?
post #21 of 630
I'm not an alcoholic, I'm a drunk. There's a difference: we don't take meetings.
post #22 of 630
Quote:
Originally Posted by gsferrari
I dont want to spoil the party but several members are battling alcoholism and I dont think this thread is going to help.
Dont flame me - I am just stating my opinion. Obviously I share your enthusiasm for a good drink but I think we can be more supportive to those battling alcoholism.
<hides in a bush awaiting the barrage of bullets >
LOL
I'm trying to quit headphones but nobody's helping me out!
post #23 of 630
Quote:
Originally Posted by Canman
I'm trying to quit headphones but nobody's helping me out!
I don't think there's a cure for that. You're doomed!
post #24 of 630
Thread Starter 
Next up are Scapa, Arran, and Ardmore.

Really, really love the Laphroiag 10 cask strength.
post #25 of 630
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tyson
Next up are Scapa, Arran, and Ardmore.

Really, really love the Laphroiag 10 cask strength.
I told you so

Looking forward to your impressions of Scapa. It'll be interesting to hear if it matches its "big brother" (Highland Park)


/U.
post #26 of 630
Thread Starter 
Scapa 12, Balvenie 15 Single Barrel, and Springbank 15 added.
post #27 of 630
my favourites,
glenfarclas 25
ardbeg 17
Macallan 18
Laphroaig 15
Lagavulin 16

one i'm looking for years now..the black bowmore...
post #28 of 630
Thread Starter 
Isle of Arran 12 and Edradour 10 both added.
post #29 of 630
Thread Starter 
Added Glen Moray 12, Bowmore 17, Glen Ord 12 Cask Strength, Johnnie Walker Red, Johnnie Walker Black, Johnnie Walker Gold, Cutty Sark, Bushmills, and Jamesons
post #30 of 630
Thread Starter 
I've added Glenmorangie 15, Bunnahabhain 14, and Glenlossie 15.
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