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Laphroaig 10. Relatively inexpensive and a peat monster is my everyday...
ah, I haven't had Laphroaig in a while that would be a great change of pace! Peat Monster is a wonderful blend, kudos
I like just a little smoke. Bringing one of Scotland’s oldest scotch maker to a golf trip this week. Balblair 1990
huh I've never heard of them, time to do some testing! I'll see if any of my local shops carry any of their releases.
Got a chance to grab a pour of their '99 the other night. Though not to my palate it was a good whisky.
Rowan's Creek. Best bourbon ever made at the $35 price point!
Aberlour 12yo single malt. My favorite in the past 2 years!
EnDva is a person after my own heart. I have FallenAngel here on Head-Fi to thank for turning me onto Aberlour years ago and anytime I feel like spending over $60 on scotch, it's my go to. Amazing bang for buck with a little bit of peat, the perfect amount of richness, thin enough to leave the mouth feeling fresh, just the right amount of bite for me.
When I feel the need for something lighter, Macallen Gold does it for me. Less peat, less rich, a little more floral and less thick-- very nice for warmer summer parties.
Biggest waste of money I've spent: Jameson's Gold Reserve. In Canada, I think it was between $100 - $150. I first tried in my early 20s and I'd consider Jameson's newer Crested or Black Barrel far better at less than half the price.
I opened my Fettercairn 9yo (A&D Rattray) last night. Very nice. Needed more than just a drop of water, coming in at 60%.
OK... 2 drops, maybe.
i hate being the bearer of bad news whilst also being the closing post on this young thread, but Whisky beats Whiskey and the King of Whisky is Lagavulin 16 year old Islay Single Malt
It's alright for a session whisky
Oban 14-year old
Is that Canadian for "I don't like Oban?"