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Cigars and Scotch -A Gentleman's vices

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How does one wear these? Would 'Men's Style' or another forum not create a lively discussion.
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There is already posts on scotch and cigars under the Culture forum but I wouldnt call them lively discussions

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An interesting bottle. 

 

Having lived in Scotland for many years had never heard of Kirkland. A quick google brings up an article says its USA Costco rebrand to their Kirkland brand but they dont identify the original producer so interesting that this one identifies the mid level Glenlivet as the producer.

 

Scotch brings up interesting brand questions, those brand big outside of Scotland, or UK in general, are often lesser brands in the Scotland but what they sell to the domestic market is different to the export market.

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An interesting bottle. 

 

Having lived in Scotland for many years had never heard of Kirkland. A quick google brings up an article says its USA Costco rebrand to their Kirkland brand but they dont identify the original producer so interesting that this one identifies the mid level Glenlivet as the producer.

 

Scotch brings up interesting brand questions, those brand big outside of Scotland, or UK in general, are often lesser brands in the Scotland but what they sell to the domestic market is different to the export market.

What is your fav scotch from Scotland?
I have a couple of cottages in St. Andrews and have enjoyed many a scotch....one I really like is Blair Atol.


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Can you please stop starting threads where there already are dedicated threads on the same subject. It's almost like you aren't bothering to check or are just trying to draw attention to yourself.
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Just finished a fine Woodford Reserve Double Oaked bottle....exceptional flavors


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Just finished a fine Woodford Reserve Double Oaked bottle....exceptional flavors


Which is neither Scotch nor whisky.
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Which is neither Scotch nor whisky.
Nor a cigar.
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