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At least 12 yrs to drink.  15 yrs to really enjoy.

 

Glenlivet Nadurra

Oban

Caol Ila

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try the ardberg 10yr old, even peatier than laphroig and my perdsonal fav


Glenlevit 18 year Triumph... delicious

 

For me

 

Oban is one of my favs... the price is great as well

Macallan 18 is simply my favorite

So many more, but these are the two I don't pass up on

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I would definitely recommend Edradour 10 Year Old.

I also recently tried Hibiki 12 Year Old and was very pleasantly surprised.
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Glenlevit 18 year Triumph... delicious
For me
Oban is one of my favs... the price is great as well
Macallan 18 is simply my favorite
So many more, but these are the two I don't pass up on

i like all of those
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I would definitely recommend Edradour 10 Year Old.
I also recently tried Hibiki 12 Year Old and was very pleasantly surprised.

big fan, always keep one around and a 2nd for back up
post #1385 of 3205
I picked up a bottle of Mortlach 16 year old when I was in Scotland. Amazing scotch right there. Unfortunately I don't think it's possible to get a hold of this stuff in the US, or I would get more.

Other than that, I've really been liking the Oban 14 year old, and (not a scotch) but a Irish single malt, Tyrconnell.

Any recommendations on good, not smoky scotch to try? I'm always looking for something new. I also want to try a Japanese single malt... what would be a good place to start with there?
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You would probably like Yoichi 10 year from the sounds of it.
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Jesus, impolyt. What does the thread title say? Right. Scotch. Is it really that hard to read? smack.gif


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I picked up a bottle of Mortlach 16 year old when I was in Scotland. Amazing scotch right there. Unfortunately I don't think it's possible to get a hold of this stuff in the US, or I would get more.
 

 

Mortlach 16 is my favorite! Sadly, most of the few available Mortlachs in the U.S. are not as good as the distillery bottling.

 

I think you would enjoy the Douglas Lainig 'Old Malt Cask' edition of Royal Lochnagar. Also hard to find, but incredible.

 

~ H

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folks need to get a nice bottle of scotch/whiskey to a guy that normally like JW black/gold/blue, aside from jw blue what can i get in the 150 range...
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folks need to get a nice bottle of scotch/whiskey to a guy that normally like JW black/gold/blue, aside from jw blue what can i get in the 150 range...

Highland Park 18 is a much better whisky than Blue.

 

~ H

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oh gawd thread went in the shitter once sinnedk started posting
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Where's a good spot to get a hold of Japanese whisky in the US? Either online or Chicago area. I usually go to Binnys for most things (surprisingly good selection) but sometimes it just doesn't cut it. Any ideas?
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oh gawd thread went in the shitter once sinnedk started posting

You are surprised because?...
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oh gawd thread went in the shitter once sinnedk started posting

quit being a prick
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You are surprised because?...

same goes for you
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You are surprised because?...

actually I'm not, he responds to every fucking post in the baller boot thread which has gone down the shitter
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