Any One for a Scotch?

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  1. gnatty8

    gnatty8 Senior member

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    OK, not Scotch, but I am totally done with the Yamazaki 18 year old. I just do not like this whisky at all. Odd, since I am a fran of the 12 year old, but the 18 is just, meh, middle shelf whisky.
     


  2. bdeuce22

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    OK, not Scotch, but I am totally done with the Yamazaki 18 year old. I just do not like this whisky at all. Odd, since I am a fran of the 12 year old, but the 18 is just, meh, middle shelf whisky.

    I'll pm you my address to send it to me [​IMG]
     


  3. gnatty8

    gnatty8 Senior member

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    I'll pm you my address to send it to me [​IMG]

    Full disclosure. The last encounter I had with this particular bottle, I was clad in underwear, guzzling from the bottle, and babbling incoherently about potholes and fiat money.. Still want it?
     


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    Is your name Hank Moody?
     


  5. Warren G.

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    I would still take it... I love that whisky :p My shop sold out a few weeks ago, pretty bump out [​IMG]
     


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    Full disclosure. The last encounter I had with this particular bottle, I was clad in underwear, guzzling from the bottle, and babbling incoherently about potholes and fiat money.. Still want it?

    [​IMG] Sounds like a good night
     


  7. bdeuce22

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    Full disclosure. The last encounter I had with this particular bottle, I was clad in underwear, guzzling from the bottle, and babbling incoherently about potholes and fiat money.. Still want it?

    The worst thing that can happen is I contract herpes. The best is I wear underwear while drinking from the bottle, babbling about potholes and fiat money. I could talk for hours on those two subjects. Michigan is the worst for potholes
     


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    ama Senior member

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    The worst thing that can happen is I contract herpes. The best is I wear underwear while drinking from the bottle, babbling about potholes and fiat money. I could talk for hours on those two subjects. Michigan is the worst for potholes

    Just wait till you visit MN homie.
     


  9. edinatlanta

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    How about you just bring it to the Atlanta SF meetup. And give it to me.
     


  10. DWFII

    DWFII Bespoke Boot and Shoemaker Dubiously Honored

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    I suppose this is "so yesterday" but about a year ago I ran across some YouTube videos for William Lawson Scotch. I don't know that the whisky is any good but the videos are classic ...and funny. Especially "no rules with Sharon Stone, and #2.
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    Any recommendations for a first bottle of single malt? I'm ready to move on from Johnnie Black.
     


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    Any recommendations for a first bottle of single malt? I'm ready to move on from Johnnie Black.

    Highland Park or Macallan 12; great bottles for n00bs to enthusiasts.
     


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    I second the recommendation for HP12. I started on (and love) JB, HP12 was the first single malt I tried after it. Having tried a few now, nothing but the Islays surpass it for me, it's fantastic.
     


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    OT a bit. I need to get some proper glasses.. My dad use to drink out of cut crystal glasses. Not sure what they were (and i'm sure he's not sure either). Would never go there for wine (mostly because i don't like how they look) but I used to love those glasses. Suggestions?
     


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    OT a bit. I need to get some proper glasses.. My dad use to drink out of cut crystal glasses. Not sure what they were (and i'm sure he's not sure either). Would never go there for wine (mostly because i don't like how they look) but I used to love those glasses. Suggestions?

    Glencairn
     


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