- Whisky – time to try something different
Righto, I’ve got some Old Pultney, Glenkinchie and Dalwhinnie on the go at the mo, looking to try something different next.
Fancy trying one of Cragganmore, Lagavulin or Oban, as they up the stakes a bit on price looking for recommendations first.
TaPosted 7 years agovivMember
Lagavulin 16 is way overated.
Try finding a special edition Talisker or Lagavulin that’s sherried.
Auchentoshan special edition 3 wood is sublimely smooooth. Current favourite. Amateur review herePosted 7 years ago
For a big tasting whisky I like Edradour or Glenfarclas 105. Edradour I liken to having a big bite of a rich, dark fruit cake, and the Glenfarclas reminds me of custard; love both of them in the winter.Posted 7 years ago
For a lighter, more summery one, I might go for a Benrinnes.
organic355 – Yep, got the 12 year old. Had a couple of large measures last night over ice as suggested. I like the initial sensation and taste in the mouth, but feels a little harsh when swallowed (Oi, no smutty comments at the back 😆 ) Seemed to get better as the ice melted a bit and the water eased it. Certainly a change from Whisky. Not sure having it after Porter was wise, so be interesting to try it pure next time.Posted 7 years ago
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