Originally Posted by Gibonius
Anyone ever done a cask aged Last Word (minus the lime juice, obviously, which would be added upon consumption)? It seems intriguing, especially as Chartreuse offers a barrel aged version.
I vote you put one down. I'm interested to see how my cask aged Trident is going to turn out.
Originally Posted by Nil
Woodford Reserve and Four Roses Single Barrel, both on the rocks. I still haven't quite gotten used to drinking whisky neat.
Have no worries about that. Anything over 80 proof should automatically get water or ice to cut it a bit as the ETOH is so high it interferes with tasting the actual non-alcohol components. I still prefer just about any whisky with an ice cube. I think it opens it up and it's informative to taste it through the ice cube melting.