New whiskey, to me anyhowHome › Forum › Chat Forum › New whiskey, to me anyhowOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)New whiskey, to me anyhow butcherMemberI like Bowmore. I’m not sure which one I like exactly, but they do a nice smokey one. Posted 5 years ago buzz-lightyearMemberWhat a good idea [heads for kitchen] Posted 5 years ago darrellSubscriberBig fan of Ardbeg, Talisker and the like but never tried BowmoreWell just cracked open a 15 yr old and it’s very nice. Smooth and yummy Posted 5 years ago SpinMemberWhat a good idea [heads for kitchen]Hehe. Me too. Posted 5 years ago esselgruntfuttockMemberOk, I’ll get myself a Bunnahabhainn 12 yr old then. Slainte vaa! Posted 5 years ago bruneepSubscriberNew whiskey 🙄 As a rule, American and Irish prefer ‘whiskey’ and the Scots, Canadians and the rest of the world’s single malt makers prefer ‘whisky’ Posted 5 years ago druidhMemberThat’s the problem with these whisky threads. I’m not really in the mood for one. One of these treads pops up and BANG! – it’s downstairs to the kitchen, glass in hand….. Posted 5 years ago leffeboySubscribermmm, off to the Caol Ila. tx Posted 5 years ago buzz-lightyearMemberSorry. I found the port bottle first. Posted 5 years ago MrOvershootSubscriberStrange one Darrell, most people I know find the Islay Whisky’s through Bowmore.I’ve been a fan for over 20 years, the BIL bought me a 20 year old bottle of cask strength Bowmore for my 40th a few years back 😀 Posted 5 years ago zokesMemberI’d say Bowmore is the Islay whisky I’ve drunk the least of too. I should probably take steps to rectify this… Posted 5 years ago GribsMemberIf you fancy a cheaper Bowmore then I’d recomend Sainsbury’s own brand Islay whisky as I’m almost certain it’s Bowmore, or at least tastes the same. Posted 5 years ago Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)The topic ‘New whiskey, to me anyhow’ is closed to new replies.