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Old 04-04-2018, 02:43 PM   #1
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I just noticed that the old thread about Scotch is gone, but the bourbon thread is still rolling.

Right now I am sticking to a 15 year old Dalwhinnie Distillers Edition, and a 12 year old Dalmore right behind it. Maybe beside it.

Leaving the bourbon for the other thread, what Scotch should everyone try? Throw in your piece here, and keep the reviews coming so others can enjoy too.
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Bourbon. Cuz Merica.
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Bourbon. Cuz Merica.
Maybe someday I'll learn to enjoy bourbon. It just hasn't happened yet. I like Scotch. And I am not alone.
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I’m right there with you on the Dalmore.
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Mcallan 12 1.75 corked as the daily sipper (http://www.totalwine.com/scotch/sing...E&gclsrc=aw.ds)!

But, there's always a bottle of 30 in my desk.

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Mcallan 12 1.75 corked as the daily sipper! But, there's always a bottle of 30 in my desk.
Tried many, always go back to Macallan. Love the 15 and 17 as fine oak, 12 and 18 for sherry oak. They have a new special edition called Classic Cut that I also like. It's cask strength, so won't be for all.

Note....the 30 year is my favorite, unfortunately can't afford that.
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Mcallan 12 1.75 corked as the daily sipper! But, there's always a bottle of 30 in my desk.
Where's your desk? Asking for a friend...
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I’m still trying a lot. My dad keeps Mcallan 18 around and that is real good. I’ve always been more of a bourbon guy but I think that started from necessity because it’s cheaper! I’d love to get some suggestions on good bottles that are under $75
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Where's your desk? Asking for a friend...
Fort Worth if you're ever passing through and it's time for 3 fingers! There's a humidor with assorted Macanudo's to go with.

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I have a unsophisticated taste and I'm cheap so I stick to JW Black Label.
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I have been drinking Oban lately. I have to stop cuz I'm going broke.......

but it is real good.

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I have been drinking Oban lately. I have to stop cuz I'm going broke.......

but it is real good.

https://www.wineglobe.com/products/o...SABEgLbCvD_BwE
I haven't had their 18. Their 15 was really good.
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Iím still trying a lot. My dad keeps Mcallan 18 around and that is real good. Iíve always been more of a bourbon guy but I think that started from necessity because itís cheaper! Iíd love to get some suggestions on good bottles that are under $75
The Balvenie Doublewood 12, and/or the Macallan Double Cask 12, the Macallan 12, Dalwhinnie 12, Dalmore 12. Those ought to keep you busy!
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Gonna try a couple of these just because what Iíve had I didnít like.

Iíve been making a list of ones I want to try just based on reviews. Surely there is one or two Iíd like


Glenmorangie signet
Aberlour 16&18
Old Pulteny 21
Glenlivet 21
Dalmore King Alex III
Dalmore 18
Balvenie 21 Port wood
Macallan 18 sherry
Macallan 15 fine oak
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Old 04-04-2018, 04:06 PM   #18
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Gonna try a couple of these just because what Iíve had I didnít like.

Iíve been making a list of ones I want to try just based on reviews. Surely there is one or two Iíd like


Glenmorangie signet
Aberlour 16&18
Old Pulteny 21
Glenlivet 21
Dalmore King Alex III
Dalmore 18
Balvenie 21 Port wood
Macallan 18 sherry
Macallan 15 fine oak
I can't imagine you being disappointed in any of those. I don't get to drink a lot of 18s or older. That gets really spendy.
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The Balvenie Doublewood 12, and/or the Macallan Double Cask 12, the Macallan 12, Dalwhinnie 12, Dalmore 12. Those ought to keep you busy!
I have a bottle of the Balvenie Doublewood right now and it’s really good, I do like heir Caribbean cask a little better. Macallan I’ve only had the 12 and 18 so I’ll have to try the rest and the Dalwhinnie.

My BIL is a big scotch fan but he loves heavy peat and I just haven’t gotten there yet. Laphroaig and Talisker are a little heavy for me
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I can't imagine you being disappointed in any of those. I don't get to drink a lot of 18s or older. That gets really spendy.
As much as I work away from home I donít go through mine very quick at all. If I do luckily I like a few bourbons or rye under $70
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As much as I work away from home I donít go through mine very quick at all. If I do luckily I like a few bourbons or rye under $70
The problem with the high dollar stuff is that it is so good it disappears real fast, which gets even more expensive.
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I'm an unsophisticated cheapskate. Last bottle I had was Glen Moray 12 year single malt. It was pretty good for $40.
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I'm an unsophisticated cheapskate. Last bottle I had was Glen Moray 12 year single malt. It was pretty good for $40.
Go buy you a bottle of Dalmore 12.
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Old 04-04-2018, 05:41 PM   #25
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My favorites are, not in any order.

Lagavulin 16 as mentioned above
Laphraoig
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Johnnie Walker Green is amazing, if you can find it. Macallan 12 &18 are as well. I have had a lot of the small batch scotchs and they are very good and expensive. Always come back to the JW green.
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I love Bourbon...but enjoy Scotch. However, when I drink Scotch I have the most lucid dreams. - which means I tend not to tangle with the peat moss often.

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I have a unsophisticated taste and I'm cheap so I stick to JW Black Label.
JW double black, Glenfiddich, Glenliviet all fit my budget and taste
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I started with Burbon when I was 17. As I grew older, I progressed to burbon whiskey. Then Whiskey, Then scotch Whiskey (blended mostly). Now, it's just scotch. See a trend?

Except I do like a good drink-n whiskey just for drink-n once in a while. Or shooters with a beer chaser. But prefer a good scotch for ease-n back.
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I started with Burbon when I was 17. As I grew older, I progressed to burbon whiskey. Then Whiskey, Then scotch Whiskey (blended mostly). Now, it's just scotch. See a trend?

Except I do like a good drink-n whiskey just for drink-n once in a while. Or shooters with a beer chaser. But prefer a good scotch for ease-n back.
Trend seems to be you donít stick with things. Just kidding.
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have to go with the younger glenlivets . I think its the 18 or 21....had a bottle of their older I believe 35? It was a high dollar gift I received and thought it was too smokey tasting for me. hard to beat a decent scotch and on occasion pairing it with a nice cigar...come to think of it, it has been awhile
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As mentioned Balvenie double wood 12 year is hard to beat. Donít drink scotch very often any more & have had some high dollar stuff but this to me is the best bang for the buck.
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Balvenie double wood 12 year is good.

For less money and still a lot of flavor I enjoy Monkey Shoulder as a regular drink.
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Is Johnny Walker really from Scotland?
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My favorites are, not in any order.

Lagavulin 16 as mentioned above
Laphraoig
Scapa
Oban
Cardhu
Balvenie


Iím a scotch guy. Thatís a good list. Havenít tried Scapa or Cardhu. Iíd add Yamazaki if you can find it.


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Is Johnny Walker really from Scotland?
It is a blend. I am sure some of it is...
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Yes, it is.
I actually sat through "a night with Johnnie Walker". 2007. They fed us small food and gave coins to trade for JW Black drinks. Then came the show. We met each and every distiller of the each of the scotch they make. Video presentation, talk and a glass of the scotch the distiller was responsible for making. You got to drink each scotch as they spoke about how, what, when and where. After the class we all were given the striding man JW lapel pin.
This is what they taught me that evening. Keep in mind, this was 2007. Double Black and Platinum were not out yet.
Red was recommended for mixing, Black on the rocks, Green before a meal with no ice, room temp. Gold label, chilled in fridge and served with sweets like desert.
Blue label. Room temp and ONLY with special friends.
Needless to say, we wobbled on out having a very memorable evening that happened all by accident
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Like me a good scotch. Also a big fan of Irish whiskey.
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As much as I love bourbon, I am a light weight when it comes to scotch. I like what most scotch drinkers turn their noses up at, Johnnie Walker Black Label.

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Balvenie& Aberlor ard what I usually buy.
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As much as I love bourbon, I am a light weight when it comes to scotch. I like what most scotch drinkers turn their noses up at, Johnnie Walker Black Label.





Donít feel bad. Johnnie Walker Black is good stuff. Scotch drinkers donít turn their noses up at it.

The pretentious tools who claim to do so are in the same vein as the craft beer snobs. Their declarations may be dismissed out of hand.


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LOL thanks. A guy at the liquor store actually gave me some grief about it saying it wasn't "real" scotch.
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I have a bottle of the Balvenie Doublewood right now and itís really good, I do like heir Caribbean cask a little better. Macallan Iíve only had the 12 and 18 so Iíll have to try the rest and the Dalwhinnie.

My BIL is a big scotch fan but he loves heavy peat and I just havenít gotten there yet. Laphroaig and Talisker are a little heavy for me
I LOVE the Balvenie Carribean Cask!!! I'm in Scotland right now and plan on taking a couple tours. I plan on bringing back a couple bottles of stuff I can't get at home.
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LOL thanks. A guy at the liquor store actually gave me some grief about it saying it wasn't "real" scotch.
Interesting read about that attitude.

https://www.eater.com/2015/3/19/8235...-good-worth-it
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Interesting read about that attitude.

https://www.eater.com/2015/3/19/8235...-good-worth-it
Very nice, I agree with her 100% all though I come at the argument from the other side. I am not a whiskey expert, bourbon or scotch. I enjoy it and have fun trying different types. But I'm not going to turn it into a hobby and spend hours learning the differences between this single malt highland scotch and another blended scotch. I just taste and enjoy what I like. If that's a $27 bottle of blended Monkey Shoulder fine. If it's a $150 bottle of 18 year Elijah Craig great.

Drink what you like.
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I LOVE the Balvenie Carribean Cask!!! I'm in Scotland right now and plan on taking a couple tours. I plan on bringing back a couple bottles of stuff I can't get at home.
I did that many years ago - 25 years or more. I came back with a 54 year old Glenmorangie Special Reserve. It did not suck. But that bottle has been gone for years.

Cool to see those places, and hard to believe that much whiskey comes out of a place so small.
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Trend seems to be you donít stick with things. Just kidding.
No, I just don't like to limit my choices.
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