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Old 06-30-2019, 04:09 PM   #1
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Never drank Scotch but thought abut tryng it. Suggstions on a decent Scotch to start with or try.
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Glenfiddach, The Macallan, Cardhu, Highland Park Viking 12 yo. All easy to drink and around $40 or under.
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Macallan 12 year or, for a less expensive option, Glenmorangie.
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And unless you like really smokey drinks, avoid the scotch's made on Islay.
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OK, thanks for the suggestions and keep them coming.

Now how do most people drink Scotch, neat or on the rocks?
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Macallen 12 is good mid priced that ain’t more than you can appreciate or make you smell like a campfire
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Doug,

Come by and see me at 4ore golf. I will take you to the Loft upstairs. We have multiple choices at all costs. I can get you pointed towards something you will like. I might point you at the bourbons and or whiskeys that you might like as well or better also.
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You can always add to it... but can’t take it out.

Start neat. Ice is a preference thing, but inhibits flavor.
Water (by the drop) can greatly effect scotch. Sometimes for the better... sometimes for the worse
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Come by and see me at 4ore golf. I will take you to the Loft upstairs. We have multiple choices at all costs. I can get you pointed towards something you will like. I might point you at the bourbons and or whiskeys that you might like as well or better also.
There ya go, good way to get started is by sampling. Maybe they will offer you a flight so, you can try different brands out.

Low Fence is right. You can add but not remove. Once you find a way you like it, drink it like that and enjoy. You'll find there are some you'll like neat, on the rocks and with a couple of drops of water. Try out as much as you want, responsibly of course, and enjoy the journey. If you're able to taste Nikka Coffey Malt, no it doesn't taste like coffee, give it a go. It's a great pour. It's also Japanese.
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OK, thanks for the suggestions and keep them coming.

Now how do most people drink Scotch, neat or on the rocks?
In a narrow mouthed glass...a glass that pushes the fumes up your nose. And don't toss it like a shot. Chew it. Then you can taste the cask flavors and really get out of it what the distillers designed it to be.

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In a narrow mouthed glass...a glass that pushes the fumes up your nose. And don't toss it like a shot. Chew it. Then you can taste the cask flavors and really get out of it what the distillers designed it to be.


Well looks like I have been doing it all wrong....I have sipped in a lowball glass usually with a good cigar.
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Whiskey Bars are becoming quite popular. Do you have one in your area?
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You can always add to it... but canít take it out.

Start neat. Ice is a preference thing, but inhibits flavor.
Water (by the drop) can greatly effect scotch. Sometimes for the better... sometimes for the worse

Adding gasoline to it... Has the same effect.....
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Well looks like I have been doing it all wrong....I have sipped in a lowball glass usually with a good cigar.
Go get ya a Glencairn glass. Can't post pictures, work has alcohol sites blocked. Here is a link on Amazon. They should be easy to find and are cheap. My wife and my daughter got myself and my daughters boyfriend monogrammed glencairn's for Christmas.
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Well looks like I have been doing it all wrong....I have sipped in a lowball glass usually with a good cigar.
Nothing wrong with that. But I took a week-long class from a Scottish distiller who challenged the Americans on how they drank Scotch. I never thought about eating chocolate, caramel popcorn, or blue cheese with Scotch. BUT IT'S GREAT.

To each their own, but I'll listen to the guys who make it when I can.
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The wife wants to know how you get past the burn.
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The wife wants to know how you get past the burn.
Have her drink some Compass Box Hedonism.
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Have her drink some Compass Box Hedonism.
Looks like I will be making a trip to total wine before the 4th.
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Looks like I will be making a trip to total wine before the 4th.
$99 a bottle and worth every penny.
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Glenmorangie Lasanta is pretty good for the money.
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My favorite is Glenfiddich single malt as old as I can afford.

If price were no object I would go with this one:

https://www.whiskyliquorstore.com/65...oaAqrAEALw_wcB
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I am more of a bourbon guy, but I had some glasses of Monkey Shoulder and it was pretty darn good. I may be wrong but blended scotch is not as much a taboo as blended whiskey is in the bourbon world.....I wanna learn the ways of the Scotch.
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J&B and water about 1:3 is my normal. Johnie Walker black on occasion, I mix a little stronger and “sip”. These Texas single malt whiskeys are very good. No professional here and have never had the “good” stuff. Scotch is no smokier than a jack daniels.
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Old 06-30-2019, 07:37 PM   #26
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X2, double wood preferably.


X3 on the double wood. Monkey shoulder is a good option too, a couple ice cubes help cut it and really open it up IMO


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Are U drinking striaght or as a drink? My drink of choice is an old fashion with McAllen’s 12yr with sugar cube old school . Guess it depends on what u are looking for.
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J&B and water about 1:3 is my normal. Johnie Walker black on occasion, I mix a little stronger and “sip”. These Texas single malt whiskeys are very good. No professional here and have never had the “good” stuff. Scotch is no smokier than a jack daniels.
Not all Scotch is smokey. "Smokey" Scotch is generally called a "Jura" and is distilled on the island of Jura. Think burning peat to smoke barley before distillation. It's awesome.
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OK, thanks for the suggestions and keep them coming.

Now how do most people drink Scotch, neat or on the rocks?
Honestly - the GlenLivet 12 yr is a great starter.

I started on the McAllen 12 yr and it was a bit to spicy for me (at the time)

The Glenlivett is very well rounded and embodies Scottish whisky well. I really started there and now I will drink just about anything except for the islay region scotches or most blended scotches. The islay region whisky is usually peated and I personally find it terrible and ďiodineyĒ

I very much enjoy the Glenfiddich 14 yr, the glen moray 10 yr Chardonnay cask finish, and the glenmorangie 10 year.

Also - I drink mine neat out of a rocks glass, a splash of water sometimes ups the flavor profile tremendously - but 99.9% of the time for me itís just two fingers, neat.

Let us know what you find that you like!
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Never drank Scotch but thought abut tryng it. Suggstions on a decent Scotch to start with or try.
First of all whether you start by trying the best or the worst quality it will all taste the same, horrible. Just donít waste your time get through the first bottle. Then start start tasting other brands. There is a lot of variety out there. My suggestion is below.

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And unless you like really smokey drinks, avoid the scotch's made on Islay.
My advice is since your first scotch should be one heavy on the peat. Start with Laphroaig (sp). There are several others out there. If youíre not going to like the first drink anyway just go with something most people will not drink and more importantly, they will not bum it off you! Two cubes of ice, swirl it around once or twice and drink it.
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Glenfarclas, smooth as silk, no burn. Worth the $250
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First of all whether you start by trying the best or the worst quality it will all taste the same, horrible. Just donít waste your time get through the first bottle. Then start start tasting other brands. There is a lot of variety out there. My suggestion is below.



My advice is since your first scotch should be one heavy on the peat. Start with Laphroaig (sp). There are several others out there. If youíre not going to like the first drink anyway just go with something most people will not drink and more importantly, they will not bum it off you! Two cubes of ice, swirl it around once or twice and drink it.
This is great advice.
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Oban is pretty good.
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Macallen 12 is good mid priced that ainít more than you can appreciate or make you smell like a campfire

Yup. Also a big fan of glenfiddich
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My favorite is Glenfiddich single malt as old as I can afford.

If price were no object I would go with this one:

https://www.whiskyliquorstore.com/65...oaAqrAEALw_wcB
Is that 37k a bottle? Fur reel?
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Glenfarclas, smooth as silk, no burn. Worth the $250
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Come by and see me at 4ore golf. I will take you to the Loft upstairs. We have multiple choices at all costs. I can get you pointed towards something you will like. I might point you at the bourbons and or whiskeys that you might like as well or better also.
Very nice! WreckíEM!
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Macallen 12 is good mid priced that ainít more than you can appreciate or make you smell like a campfire
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You can always add to it... but canít take it out.

Start neat. Ice is a preference thing, but inhibits flavor.
Water (by the drop) can greatly effect scotch. Sometimes for the better... sometimes for the worse
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Macallan 12 year or, for a less expensive option, Glenmorangie.
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Honestly - the GlenLivet 12 yr is a great starter.


I started on the McAllen 12 yr and it was a bit to spicy for me (at the time)

The Glenlivett is very well rounded and embodies Scottish whisky well. I really started there and now I will drink just about anything except for the islay region scotches or most blended scotches. The islay region whisky is usually peated and I personally find it terrible and ďiodineyĒ

I very much enjoy the Glenfiddich 14 yr, the glen moray 10 yr Chardonnay cask finish, and the glenmorangie 10 year.

Also - I drink mine neat out of a rocks glass, a splash of water sometimes ups the flavor profile tremendously - but 99.9% of the time for me itís just two fingers, neat.

Let us know what you find that you like!
All solid advice. I prefer MacAllan 12 year as a daily.

Iím also more into bourbons but hard to beat a good scotch.
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ive been dying to try VAT69 in honor of Lewis Nixon but it hasn’t been that easy to find.
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First of all whether you start by trying the best or the worst quality it will all taste the same, horrible. Just donít waste your time get through the first bottle. Then start start tasting other brands. There is a lot of variety out there. My suggestion is below.



My advice is since your first scotch should be one heavy on the peat. Start with Laphroaig (sp). There are several others out there. If youíre not going to like the first drink anyway just go with something most people will not drink and more importantly, they will not bum it off you! Two cubes of ice, swirl it around once or twice and drink it.
Might as well as go big with Octomore. Laphroaig is my favorite Islay btw. Neat and sometimes Iíll add 3 drops of water to mix it up a bit.
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I can’t add much as I am not a scotch drinker...but isn’t most, if not all, scotch distilled in refurbished bourbon barrels? In other words, our cheapest bourbons have already extracted the best flavors from the distillery process before the scotch is made?
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Is that 37k a bottle? Fur reel?
Yes it is. I can only imagine how smooth it is.

Still cheaper than the 50 year old Glenlivet.

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I canít add much as I am not a scotch drinker...but isnít most, if not all, scotch distilled in refurbished bourbon barrels? In other words, our cheapest bourbons have already extracted the best flavors from the distillery process before the scotch is made?
Aged. They like American oak bourbon barrels, but also use sherry and port casks, or even a combo of the three.
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My preference is a single malt highland distilled scotch aged in sherry barrel or port wine barrel. I don't care for the peatiness of island scotch or woodiness of lowland scotch.
Best $$ value for single malt highland whisky around here is Tomatin, Highland Queen Majesty, or Grangestone. Usually around $30 for 750ml. Glenmorangie is a step up but more expensive.
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Balcones Rumble made down in Waco is a good Texas made single malt whisky. I find it similar to a good mix of scotch/irish delight. Not all that expensive and made right here. Better than Johnny Red for sure.
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OP, what is your traditional go to whiskey/bourbon? that will help with recommendations. Scotchs come in all different flavor profiles.
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OP, what is your traditional go to whiskey/bourbon? that will help with recommendations. Scotchs come in all different flavor profiles.
Right now it is Jim Beam Black Label or if I steal some from my wife it is Knob Creek. there are a lot of bourbons I like.
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I love a good Single Malt Scotch Whisky!! My go to is The Macallan 18. A little more often it would be the 12 yr old stuff. The Macallan, Glenlivet, Glenmorangie, etc... For a less expensive, but pretty good every day whisky, it was Glen Moray 12. Not bad for a less expensive Speyside Single Malt!!

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If I had some, I would make sure you did too.
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