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[I'm with Boomer, I've never seen it before either.

On my way home Saturday, I stopped in at the best purveyor of Scotch here and ended up having a lovely conversation with the department manager.

Yes, they have a manager just for Scotch! He goes over several times a year, buying casks, arranging for bottling, etc. I could sure use a gig like that....

At any rate, we stood in front of the Macallan section, a tightly packed, ten-foot long shelf, with everything from the cask-strength and 25-year-old on down. If I ever win the big lottery, I'm going to go in there and buy several cases....

Big Grin
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Methinks you live in a large city. That sounds like a huge selection! Red Breast is worth tracking down. (Oh, it was about $38 BTW.)

And yes, that fellow has a great job!
...and a new one for me last night...

A wonderful gift came my way: Johnny Walker Gold. I very much enjoyed it. Complex and balanced, rich and honeyed.
I had my first Macallan the other day at my local Inn. I actually felt a bit embarrassed to order it, in case someone said, "Are you copying Bubba?"

But, that aside, not sure what to say....I think it was 10YO, smooth, nice, Scotch - I think though I still prefer Talisker, (where I am just copying my brother!!).
(04-07-2012 01:58 PM)NWoBHM Wrote: [ -> ]I had my first Macallan the other day at my local Inn. I actually felt a bit embarrassed to order it, in case someone said, "Are you copying Bubba?"

But, that aside, not sure what to say....I think it was 10YO, smooth, nice, Scotch - I think though I still prefer Talisker, (where I am just copying my brother!!).

Friend of mine has a bottle of the 30-year-old Talisker that I've had a wee dram out of: now that is a serious whisky!
Quote:Friend of mine has a bottle of the 30-year-old Talisker that I've had a wee dram out of: now that is a serious whisky!

Wow KBB......that sounds like it might be a whisky to drink on bended knee and head bowed in reverence.......Does your friend want a new Brit friend??
(04-07-2012 02:23 PM)NWoBHM Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Friend of mine has a bottle of the 30-year-old Talisker that I've had a wee dram out of: now that is a serious whisky!

Wow KBB......that sounds like it might be a whisky to drink on bended knee and head bowed in reverence.......Does your friend want a new Brit friend??

Yes, it's quite the stuff: shame you two don't share the same taste in music though. Big Grin (He's a frethead folkie.)
30 year Talisker.....Glory be that sounds excellent!
(04-07-2012 09:01 PM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]30 year Talisker.....Glory be that sounds excellent!

It certainly does for sure...I had a strange Easter Pressie today, the Easter Bunny brought me a 12 yo, a 15 yo, and 18 yo Glenfiddich - guess he must have known I don`t have a sweet tooth.....
Quote:Yes, it's quite the stuff: shame you two don't share the same taste in music though. (He's a frethead folkie.)

Oh no!! Does he have a large unkempt beard, and wear corduroy trousers (which are erm light brown) and drink flat cider??Sad

Get him over to the Dark Side and Heavy Metal.....I think he will thank you in the long runWink
(04-07-2012 01:58 PM)NWoBHM Wrote: [ -> ]I had my first Macallan the other day at my local Inn. I actually felt a bit embarrassed to order it, in case someone said, "Are you copying Bubba?"

Really, are you trying to copy Bubba? Well, I will have you know, that nobody here would ever, ever, try to imitate Bubba. Sayin'?

Angel

And another thing, I just happen to have a pair of brown corduroy trousers, and am quite fond of them, so I hope that is okay with you!
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