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Old 04-06-2018, 09:57 PM   #51
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What is everyone sampling tonight?
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I dabbled in the single malt thing for a couple years. I don't bother anymore. I just drink Dewar's white label.
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Old 04-07-2018, 07:47 PM   #55
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Last night was a "boxcar" evening. Not scotch but it goes down really well. As for what's on the bar right now, Macallen Double Cask takes top honors. Need to make a restocking run and get another bottle of Balcones, single malt Texas whisky. Butter smooth with a hint of sherry.
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If you need some company I can be in FW in 30 minutes!! lol Love a good Macanudo!!

Many listed so far are great whiskys. My fav drinker (that I can afford) is The Macallan 12. Don't like the 15 but love the 18 sherry!! And a 25 Macallan I had once was to die for... Sherry cask are better than the oak cask. imho

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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.
I also like Glenlivet and Glenfiddich as I do most Speyside's. For a daily scotch I drink the Glen Moray 12 (can't stand the 15...). It's cheaper, great flavor and aroma, and goes well with a good cigar.

Never Oban, Not a big fan of the Highlands...

I want to try a Pernod Ricard's blended. Might be a nice change.
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Old 04-07-2018, 08:56 PM   #57
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I dabbled in the single malt thing for a couple years. I don't bother anymore. I just drink Dewar's white label.
The Dewars white or The Famous Grouse are the regulars but I keep a few good bottles on hand.
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Old 04-08-2018, 01:30 AM   #58
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I tend to drink more Scotch in the Fall/Winter and switch to bourbon and gin in the spring/summer. I lean towards the Speysides and the Highland distilleries.
Right now at the house, I have Balvenie 14 Caribbean Cask, Balvenie 15 Single Barrel Sherry Cask, Macallan 18, Macallan Edition #2, Macallan Rare Cask, Glenmorangie Signet, and Edradour 15.

I also like Glenfiddich and Aberlour distilleries, but don't currently have any at the casa. I have tried several Isalys and just can't stomach the Peat. It does not agree with my palate.
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Old 04-13-2018, 10:32 PM   #59
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Tonight it is a 17 year old Balvenie Doublewood.
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Iíve tried a lot! Call me cheap but my daily drinker is glenmorangie original. Itís only a 10 year but dang!!! Their Quinta ruban is a close second. Iím gonna need to try this balvenie double wood 12 and see what the hype is about. Can you get it a specs?


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I have a bottle of Laphroaig Islay 10yr aged Scotch I got as a gift I’ll be trying soon. Has Great reviews. Anyone here have or tried it before?
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That is the best ive ever tried. Been wanting to buy a bottle, but just havent yet. Mighty fine choice imo

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Iíve tried a lot! Call me cheap but my daily drinker is glenmorangie original. Itís only a 10 year but dang!!! Their Quinta ruban is a close second. Iím gonna need to try this balvenie double wood 12 and see what the hype is about. Can you get it a specs?


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You can get it at Spec's, Total Wine, or almost any liquor store. I would recommend spending the extra $10-15 and getting the 14 Year Balvenie Caribbean Cask. Nothing wrong with the 12 YO Double Wood ( I really like it), but the Caribbean Cask is my favorite Scotch under $70.

I am with you on the Glenmorangie 10 year old too. Great pour for a sub $40 bottle.
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I have a bottle of Laphroaig Islay 10yr aged Scotch I got as a gift Iíll be trying soon. Has Great reviews. Anyone here have or tried it before?
I really like Laphroig but I'm a fan of peaty Islay scotches.
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All the old men always tell me if I drink long enough eventually Iíll get to scotch. Apparently Iím not there yet.


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I have a bottle of Laphroaig Islay 10yr aged Scotch I got as a gift Iíll be trying soon. Has Great reviews. Anyone here have or tried it before?
Thatís one of my favorites. Be prepared for a huge dose of peat!
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Old 04-14-2018, 05:06 PM   #67
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All the old men always tell me if I drink long enough eventually I’ll get to scotch. Apparently I’m not there yet
Haha I was told the same thing, and it makes since to me now. The more you drink the more you want something stronger and alittle different, but I'm still not there yet. I like whiskey and bourbon, scotch is still a once in a while drink.
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I have been trying a few bourbons to be sure that I am not flat missing the boat. Nope. I'm good. When I finish this glass of bourbon, I am back to scotch.
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Old 04-19-2018, 06:47 PM   #69
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Not too bad at all. Usually not a fan of smoky but this one doesnít overpower
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CHIVAS REGAL 12, It's a blend but it's good.
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Old 04-19-2018, 09:57 PM   #71
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I have a bottle of Laphroaig Islay 10yr aged Scotch I got as a gift Iíll be trying soon. Has Great reviews. Anyone here have or tried it before?
It was too peaty for me. It is unlike any Scotch I have ever tried.
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Old 04-19-2018, 10:34 PM   #72
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I really like the Glenfiddich scotches.
The 12 is my normal bottle. I'll get the 15 or 18 if I feel like spending a little more.
Right now I have a bottle of the 21 rum cask that one of my sales guys got for me last year. It is fantastic.

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Old 04-20-2018, 02:24 AM   #73
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Makers and Knob is all you need, brother.
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Old 07-14-2018, 05:26 PM   #74
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Just wanted to give yíall a heads up, itís not technically scotch but do yourself a favor if youíre a single malt highlands guy, this stuff is delicious

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Balvenie for a reasonable drink, Famous Grouse for a blended malt at lower cost. Both of these are always on the shelf, with misc. other Scotches at different times. Also have Makers Mark 46 on the shelf, I have gotten to the point where I don't enjoy it like I do Scotch.
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Tonight I polished off the last drink from a bottle of Dalwhinnie and bottle of Dalmore.

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I have a bottle of Laphroaig Islay 10yr aged Scotch I got as a gift Iíll be trying soon. Has Great reviews. Anyone here have or tried it before?
Thatís the smokiest scotch I know of. Also has flavors of sea salt and can be medicinal. Personally, itís one of my favorites. Big and huge flavors.
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Tonight I polished off the last drink from a bottle of Dalwhinnie and bottle of Dalmore.

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And a 17 year old Balvenie Double Wood.

I have been playing with Bourbon a bit, but keep coming home to Scotch.

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Old 07-15-2018, 07:25 AM   #80
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Scotch has gotten expensive. I usually shop the sales and purchase when I find a good deal. I've tried lots of them, like them all. I just can't drink $50+ bottles of single malt on a regular basis, it just goes too fast. I typically stick to blends for a regular/daily (not really daily) drink. I typically buy Dewars 12, Dewars white label, or JW Black when I find it around $50 for a 1.75. I also like Scotch and soda sometimes so I definitely don't waste single malt on that. As far as bourbon goes, I'm a fan, but I like it with Coke Zero. I'm not a big fan of bourbon neat.
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This is decent for $20 scotch. Anyone try the CostCo brand Texas Spirit?

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had some balvenie 21 port wood last weekend and it was way too smooth
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Last night was a "boxcar" evening. Not scotch but it goes down really well. As for what's on the bar right now, Macallen Double Cask takes top honors. Need to make a restocking run and get another bottle of Balcones, single malt Texas whisky. Butter smooth with a hint of sherry.
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Lagavulin 16
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I've always been a Glenfiddich fan. Usually the 15 or 18. I've had the 30 on several occasions at scotch tastings, and it is by far my favorite, but I can't afford to buy a bottle. I did win one at an auction several years ago....but I digress. Just got back from my first trip to Scotland, and yes, I drove up to Duftown and took a 2 hour tour of the Glenfiddich distillery. Awesome! We had a tasting at the end with some very good scotches. Ended up bringing home a bottle of Glenfiddich Project XX. Very smooth!

I'm also a fan of Balvenie (part of the Glenfiddich family, which I didn't know until last week), Oban, The Macallan (used to be part of Glenfiddich)......Oh hell, I like 'em all!!

As for the blends, Johnny, Dewars, Pigs Nose, Sheep Dip, Grants....again, I like 'em all.

The scotch in Scotland was awesome, and the Guiness in Ireland was incredible.
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Been drinking the Glen Moray Single Malt sherry cask, 12 year I think. Really enjoy it for the price. Is there any way to get edumacated on the various tastes and varieties, without dropping hundreds of dollars on booze you might not like? I’m new to the scotch thing.
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Been drinking the Glen Moray Single Malt sherry cask, 12 year I think. Really enjoy it for the price. Is there any way to get edumacated on the various tastes and varieties, without dropping hundreds of dollars on booze you might not like? Iím new to the scotch thing.
Come to McFarlands pub in Lake Charles. Happy hour Scotch and Whiskey flights are like 6 bucks. 4 shots per flight. Can try all kinds of whiskey and scotch.
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I'm 28 and there... single malt preferably but a few blends somtimes

My go to bottle is Highland Park 12... I love their older offerings but can't afford them often.

My favorite blend is probably Monkey Shoulder. It is SWEET compared to what I normally drink, it is a great scotch to start ppl on.

I like SOME smoke, which is why I like the highland park. I have tried a lot though. Highlights include, Craggienmore is good, Mcallen 18 I like mcallen 12 is ok, not nearly as much dried fruit notes as the 18. In canada you can't get age statment Mcallen any more, so I tried the "Amber" it is TERRIBLE DO NOT GET IT. Idk what they did, but they are screwing those poor canadians...

I am no longer allowed to buy Ardbeg (the smokiest whiskey I have ever had, yes smokier than Oban and Lagavulan). My wife says I smell like it for two days after I drink it... i'm ok with that its too smoky for my taste
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Been drinking the Glen Moray Single Malt sherry cask, 12 year I think. Really enjoy it for the price. Is there any way to get edumacated on the various tastes and varieties, without dropping hundreds of dollars on booze you might not like? Iím new to the scotch thing.
Best way I have found is to get a bunch of buddies and have a scotch party... might be cool for a TBH meet up.

But everybody brings a different bottle of scotch. Put them all on a table, and do TASTINGS! not drinks TASTINGS. You can DRINK it later, but first go round you just get a little!

Works best if you make notes. as you go, then after all get tasted, you can make full drinks of your favourite and talk about them...

oh I know it isn't refined or whatever, but the total wine Grangestone stuff... doesn't suck and is like $28 a bottle
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I just finished a bottle of blue. For the price I wasn't impressed at all. I actually liked the cheaper green label better.
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Drank some Scotch at my sons batchelor party. It was 50 years old and $230 a bottle. I know nothing about Scotch and haven't drank in years, but that stuff was very good. Cannot remember the name of it.
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My favorite blend is probably Monkey Shoulder. It is SWEET compared to what I normally drink, it is a great scotch to start ppl on.
Best bang for your buck with blended Scotch. I bought it on a recommendation from a buddy and didn't have high hopes, but I was impressed, especially for the price.
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Is this an evergreen invite for the community?!?!? Sounds awesome!
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Tried Monkey Shoulder. Love it . Making it my go to now.
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Tried Monkey Shoulder. Love it . Making it my go to now.


I keep hearing great things. I need to stop putting it back every time I pick it up. Price seems too good to be true


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I usually don't like blends as much as Single Malts, but this one is very drinkable. You can tell it's young, but it is very smooth.

It is a mix of William Grant & Sons’ three distilleries: Glenfiddich, The Balvenie, and Kininvie. Definitely has a good pedigree.
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Anyone around Brazoria County want a bottle of Monkey Shoulder? Maybe it’s because I just ate, but yuck!
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