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post #3826 of 3830
i like the coffey grain. light and delicate, very very sweet almost like a bourbon but lighter.

completely different than a single malt. drink this and, say, a lagavulin 16 and you'll see very clearly the difference between column distillation vs still pot distillation, i hope this make sense. one is very very light and delicate, the other heavy and "oily"
post #3827 of 3830
jeez, $ 800 bucks for a bottle of Macallan 18, i mean it's good but not that good. in Argentina, it was around $ 500... confused.gif granted that bitch Cristina Fernandez Kirchner has made almost impossible to import anything... hopefully with the new govt things will get better down there.
post #3828 of 3830
A bottle of Macallan 18 for $800 USD would last 5 seconds in Richmond, BC.
post #3829 of 3830
Quote:
Originally Posted by CBrown85 View Post

A bottle of Macallan 18 for $800 USD would last 5 seconds in Richmond, BC.

I should buy a case and drive up to Richmond, BC and sell a bunch of bottles if that's true.
post #3830 of 3830
With the dollar the way it is, you could probably make a lot of money doing pretty much any exporting.
Edited by CBrown85 - 2/7/16 at 7:59pm
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