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Any One for a Scotch?

gnatty8

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You're probably gonna have to just push it through and decant it.
This. Had same with a bottle of hazmat Stagg a few months back, despite tipping bottles monthly. Or you could pass it through a strainer and funnel back into bottle and cork it with a new cork..
 

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You're probably gonna have to just push it through and decant it.
This. Had same with a bottle of hazmat Stagg a few months back, despite tipping bottles monthly. Or you could pass it through a strainer and funnel back into bottle and cork it with a new cork..
I think I’m resigned to some form of this. Might hit up the Goog for opinions. I (stupidly, in hindsight) attempted using a corkscrew for one of the bottles. Failed comically.
 

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I think I’m resigned to some form of this. Might hit up the Goog for opinions. I (stupidly, in hindsight) attempted using a corkscrew for one of the bottles. Failed comically.
Lol...
I was just going to suggest a corkscrew.
I've operated on a few rotted corks with a corkscrew with success.
You have to go slow and easy, and just pretend it's delicate brain surgery.
 

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I think I’m resigned to some form of this. Might hit up the Goog for opinions. I (stupidly, in hindsight) attempted using a corkscrew for one of the bottles. Failed comically.
I speak from experience lol, check the bourbon thread from a few months back
 

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Excellent! Nutty, oaky, hint of raisin, some stone fruit. Super long finish even at low strength. I haven’t had many Dailuaine but I do remember their juice being high quality.
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bought a 12 year cask strength of theirs recently - looking forward to trying it.
 

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Flora and fauna series is still amazing. I had an Old Particular Dailuaine that really turned me on to what they are doing. The label says smoky finish but I dont buy it. Good stuff.
 

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Flora and fauna series is still amazing. I had an Old Particular Dailuaine that really turned me on to what they are doing. The label says smoky finish but I dont buy it. Good stuff.
I can never find Flora and Fauna series, but have heard great things
 

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Signatory never disappoints. Their mid nineties Glenlivets were excellent and quite affordable.
 

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Heading to my spot tomorrow to pick up some gift bottles.
They have Octomore in @ $175.
I may not be able to resist...
 

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I like Octomore, but man, the prices have gotten insane. Pretty sure I'd rather have three bottles of Laphroaig cask strength.


Which, by the way, is tonight's dram.
 

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I like Octomore, but man, the prices have gotten insane. Pretty sure I'd rather have three bottles of Laphroaig cask strength.


Which, by the way, is tonight's dram.
I want it!!
But that's kind of how I feel about Johnny Walker Blue vs 2.5 bottles of Green.
 

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