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Single malt - what are you drinking?

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Whisky thread.

 

Drinking Talisker Storm on a Friday night.

 

What's your single malt favourite?

 

Regards

 

Denis

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I'm not a fan of Scotch, single malt or otherwise.  But I do like a good bourbon.  I recently bought a bottle of Makers 46 and found it to be a very nice whiskey.

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Love the A'bunadh.

That should read: Luuurv the A'bunadh!

 

Did you try6 the Dark Storm?  Didn't think twas as nice as the Normal Storm.

 

Stew

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A good Welsh single malt is Penderyn , I have been at their distillery tour, not too far from where I live.

 

 

Can't make my mind up better the " ordinary" single malts, or the peated\ smoked malts.

 

Give me. Your favourites please.

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tonight bringing out 10 year Glenmorangie 

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These are my two favourites...

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The Ballentines is blended rather than single malt, but qualifies as it's a blend of single malts aged from 10-21 years and left to mature for a further 15 years in Oak barrels.  Both are limited run selected/special reserves.

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Between A'bunadh and Bunnahabhainn - both of them really fine, but for me, I think the Bunnahabhainn has it.

 

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Should I be shocked that Guzzi guys gravitate to whisky that smells like gearoil leaking on an exhaust crossover? :whistle:

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This bottle of Talisker Storm must be faulty, I bought it on Friday evening and it was full.

 

It's Sunday evening now, and there's only half of it left............ The bottle must be leaking, or it is evaporation.......

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Tried the Auchentoshan three wood last night- if you like a fresh, sweet and oaky dram I'd recommend it.

 

Stew

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Despite the lack of thrilling motorcycling roads, the isles are very much a worthwhile destination:

 

I'm off up to visit my pal in Kilmarnock in a couple of weeks for a jaunt over to Skye- he says it's breathtakingly lovely.  Also hoping to ride the A9 before they turn the speed cameras on!  :D

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Skye is indeed lovely. So's the whisky.

Its midges are not. They come out before the A9 cameras are switched on.

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