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Ah man, I was on the fence about both the Uigeadail and A'bunadh but decided to go with the age stated Bowmore and Lagavulin. Will need to pick those two up at some point then. My brother also likes Talisker 10 for a good value that has some peat and smoke but is nuanced enough to bring other flavors and notes to the table. Will keep that on the list along with the Springbanks and Arran as well. Thanks indesertumbro!
I just placed an order to start my beginners scotch collection. So far I already have a bottle of Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or 12 and should soon receive a Yamazaki 12, Lagavulin 16, and Bowmore Darkest 15. I tend to gravitate toward scotch that has some smokiness (but isn't a one dimensional peat bomb) and also rounds out with rich body and deep flavors, fruitiness is nice but not needed for every case. Obviously I've found most of the lower tier Speysides to be dreck and...
Was the hottie with the Leaf there to the fun?
I wanted to turn my 240SX into a Silvia with a front end clip (with the SR20DET of course) and proper taillights when I was 17-18. Not a terrible bit of rice fantasy. The kids at my highschool were all about subwoofers, lowering kits or worse - cut springs, tint, and fart can *brrrrrrrraappp exhausts.
From my previous post "Club Allones Edicion Limitada 2015 which I smoked last night. It was sweet and a bit fruity, some tea notes that built into powerful cedar, earth, and leather. Honestly it was a bit uncouth and could probably have used at least a year of aging."I think it was an interesting enough profile that aging would be worth it. The construction and burn were flawless from that one stick.
I forgot to upload a shot of the RACA That stopper is for a half full bottle of Basil Hayden's that we finished off with the smokes.
Was overseas and picked up a trio of CC's. RA Club Allones Edicion Limitada 2015 which I smoked last night. It was sweet and a bit fruity, some tea notes that built into powerful cedar, earth, and leather. Honestly it was a bit uncouth and could probably have used at least a year of aging. I also have a R y J for La Casa del Habano and a Siglo IV waiting. I should probably crack into the RAS and Mag46's for a taste since it's been 3 months or so since I got them. @gnatty8...
Prepare your minds and bodies, I'm in! Will update with the required info later....
Haha, Vinny Chase. That's more like Elmhurst - Rego Park - Forest Hills.
Little Egypt is pretty dope. I love walking down Steinway in the summer and spotting a gem like Sissy McGinty's Irish pub in the middle of the Hookah and Shawarma joints.
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