Ganga wrote:Not opening a new 'rut Smoke?
Yup. Opened the Amrut TWE 10th Anniversary 63%, it takes a lot of water. I took it on vacation last week so it's gone already but i did find a couple older cask strength Amruts in the tip. Damn fine whisky.
bredman wrote:Amrut goes down well in the heat.
Amrut is more warming than i remember.
Ganga wrote:bredman wrote:Ganga wrote:A pair of Bladnochs: 20 yo OB
Ooh i have a little stash of those.
I like them both but this is my preferred....
Those 20yo Bladnochs are a great whisky at a great price.
They recently sold a 23yo Single Cask for £125 a bottle. The previous 22 year old was less than half that. I heard a rumour that the 23yo was the last of the casks the distillery has from this era. I really should go looking for the info, but if this is the case i reckon it's worth it to grab with both hands any 20/21/22 year old Bladnoch one can find.
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Tried a Glenfarclas afterwards and it tasted harsh and crass in comparison!
I've been curious about this one, and I think it grows on you with a little time and water. I've been collecting a few of this kind, and I'm thinking of doing a "heavily peated and beyond" tasting with a few Ardbegs including the Supernova 10 and another Octomore. Have any of you done that?
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