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<B>I too was at the Bowmore masterclass and found it interesting and extremely enjoyable. This was my first and only masterclass so far, but it won't be the last .Funds permitting I definitely will make the journey from sunny (well it is just now)St Andrews next year. Now can you please remind me ,was the Bowmore 30 the one we never got time to taste at the masterclass and were invited to try it at the stand instead .I recall trying the 25 and finding this a fine tasting whisky. Sadly I never tried the 30 ,going back into that hall was like being a child in a sweetie shop once more.
Thought Whisky Live was brilliant! Never knew about wood finishes until I tasted them at the Bowmore Masterclass.They all tasted so different but still unmistakenly Islay.and the Bowmore 30 year old was fantastic too. heres to next year!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
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