Ganga wrote:I went and joined Whisky Hill and S'tan D'mon out at the House of Hepatic Horrors.
OMC Lochnager 28, 1973
Glen Garioch 15, 1975
Lagavulin 12, 1st release
Lagavulin DE 1993
MMcD Lagavulin 24, 1979
G&M Glen Grant 1954
OMC Glenfarclas 43, 1965
OMC Ben Nevis 34, 1968
Adelphi Longmorn 24, 1976
Whisky Fair Inchmoan 10
Oban DE 1980
G&M CC Ardbeg 22, 1975
Springbank 10, 100 proof UK
Dun Bheagan Springbank 38
Hudson Bay Special Release HP 15
The Bottlers HP 21
Macallan 12 older style bottle
I would like to thank Whisky Hill, S'tan D'mon, MikeyMad and DavinDek for the wonderful whiskies.
OMG, what a lineup!!
You alive today?
I have just returned from a wicked weekend away with a few of my good buddies and our better half`s.
In the hipflasks were the (last of the) Tormore 12; Glenfiddich 15; Glen Scotia Mcphails collection; Rosebank f&f.
On the mantelpieces, now nearly gone, were my last remaining signatory Mortlach from 1991; a Tomintoul 16 and the rest of the Rosebank f&f.
Off to the kidney clinic tomorrow!!!
Aberlour 16 Year Old Double Cask Matured, Bowmore 16 Year Old Sherry Matured Cask Strength, Brora 20 Year Old Rare Malts Selection Cask Strength, Caol Ila 18 Year Old, Convalmore 28 Year Old Cask Strength, Glengoyne 17 Year Old, Glenlivet 16 Year Old NÃ durra Cask Strength, Glen Mhor 20 Year Old Cask Strength, Highland Park 18 Year Old, Imperial 1979, Longmorn 16 Year Old, Oban Distillers Edition, Talisker 18 Year Old
This one is 'turning the corner' now, as the aromas and flavours really begin to coalesce.
Bruichladdich 18 "Opitz One"
Extremely drinkable? Yes
Currently drinking in reverse order tonight and have now moved on to Chateauneuf du Pape Chateau Beaucastel - holy #%$(*$# this is yummy!
Auchentoshan Three Wood - as good as everyone said. Easy to drink yet full of flavors. A good sherried malt IMHO.
I plan on trying the Bushmills 16yo tonite.
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