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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by PaulPhillips, Nov 14, 2018.
I found that Bells has a major problem (apart from the rough finish) for me
However, Johnnie Walker Black Label does something different
Off you go @GunZenBomZ start one ‘What Rum are you drinking?’
This is my all time favourite. It's blended but beautiful. Haven't any at the moment as it has a short shelf life once I get stuck into it. It's like a rich fruity caramel, an alcoholic toffo almost. Mouth watering thinking about it.
I did a single malt tasting at a Belgian guys house last year with the dark chocolate chunks mentioned earlier. He put 9 bottles on the table for us to sip and provided various cliched accompaniments as well as the chocolate (haggis and tatties I recall, but it soon got fuzzy, could have been more). I tasted all 9 within about half an hour and promptly passed out on the sofa. Tasting notes.... Next time.
Never had a Japanese whisky ,must sort that
just opened this 10 year old malt
very smokey but nice
Saw this in the airport on our way home. At a mouthwatering €929 that’s €50 per 50cl (home measure). Even though I like malt whisky it wasn’t too hard to resist.
It's much vaunted and now seen as being some of the best in the world. I was in Tokyo a couple of years back and ended up in a whisky bar with every brand of malt you could imagine. I tried some of the Japanese drinks and personally didn't find them as smooth as my favourite scotch. Even in this Japanese specialist haunt, scotch was very much on the menu. I can't remember names of any I tried apart from Yamazaki, which was a little sharp for me.
Got given this today. Nice, a smoother taste than regular JD Old No.7