- Mar 10, 2006
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I bought a set of the double walled glass similar to those, a bit wide but really like them.
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It’s also American made!I just bought a bottle of St. Elder elderflower liqueur to replace my almost-empty bottle of St. Germain. The taste between the two is very similar. The major difference is in the mouth feel. St. Elder is light and crisp while St. Germain is heavy and syrupy. Think the difference between Combier and Cointreau (with a significantly lesser difference in taste). At around $15 less at my local liquor store, I think I might stick with the St. Elder going forward.
My father in law is a scotch guy but loves that stuff. I recently spent an afternoon around town picking up 17 bottles for him, which will probably last him 6-8 monthsHad some newly acquired Nikka from the barrel. That is a heavy one at 51%, big ice cube was needed on that one.
I first got him a bottle for Christmas a few years ago when it first started popping up. He loved it, lasted under a week. My state is liquor controlled, so the Nikka comes around every so often in gluts; if I don’t grab it when it’s here it could be 6 months before it comes back around, hence the 17 bottlesWhoa. That is a lot for a short period. I had a wee dram and man that is some strong stuff. Followed it up with some Siduri and was feeling it a bit.
Most japanese whiskeys are in the scotch mold. (They even own some scottish distilleries - Ben Nevis)My father in law is a scotch guy but loves that stuff. I recently spent an afternoon around town picking up 17 bottles for him, which will probably last him 6-8 months