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I know it exists, but I have never seen it though it would be an instabuy if I saw it.

 

~ H

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Yep, its called a RoboKop! nod[1].gif
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180 pounds for 500 mL of an 18 year old sounds like a lot of money

in other news K&L recently got some bladnoch directly from the source. it's pretty rare in the US in general and until now you could only get it from third parties
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I suppose that is what they believe it is worth, so someone will kop.

I'd like to try some Mort"!
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

180 pounds for 500 mL of an 18 year old sounds like a lot of money

in other news K&L recently got some bladnoch directly from the source. it's pretty rare in the US in general and until now you could only get it from third parties

Whats the profile on Bladnoch? Any similar distilleries?
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I'm not the model here.
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Wow. I had my local guy pull it out just so I can see the bottle, its gorgeous huh?
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Yeah, pretty sweet. I don't think I'm going to pony up 3k though...
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Has anyone tried the Glenmorangie Companta? It's a red wine finish. The reviews sound good and I could snag it for about $70.
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My local TotalWine has been out of MAC Cask Strength for months (i think Macallan discontinued it), and they must have found one bottle in the back somewhere:



Could not resist a sip, it was indeed a sherry explosion. How much water do people normally add to this? I don't usually add much, but i have never picked up a cask strength bottling.


Also took the next step in my HP education:



Some good times to be had this weekend nod[1].gif
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damn, I still want to find a bottle of Mac cask strength one of these days... I'm not crazy desperate, just want to spot on in the wild sometime and grab a bottle. LCBO here locally had them for $99 which is a bit steep but more importantly it was before i was even interested in this stuff and now they're gone.


recently drank a little bottle I've had for a while of Auchentoshen 3 wood. Really good stuff! Now to find a bottle...

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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

My local TotalWine has been out of MAC Cask Strength for months (i think Macallan discontinued it), and they must have found one bottle in the back somewhere:



Could not resist a sip, it was indeed a sherry explosion. How much water do people normally add to this? I don't usually add much, but i have never picked up a cask strength bottling.


Also took the next step in my HP education:



Some good times to be had this weekend nod[1].gif

Given those two beauties I may just wave the weekend goodbye!
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i usually add enough water to dilute it down to 45 - 50% abv. a scale helps when you really want to explore, but once i've done that i just kinda sit back and add water until i think it tastes good.
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