Still some distillers or expressions have seemed to hold their prices better Highland Park, Talisker, Springbank, Alberlour (A'bunadh), and others.
This is a luxury I enjoy, that gives me a lot of pleasure, so I will pay the price; I do tend choose/buy more selectively the malts I really like-- and do a bit less experimenting.
Muskrat Portage wrote:ClarenceCarter wrote: ...I even caught my wife mixing Mac 10 FO with juice. ...
And, you are still married?
She's a keeper. She even cooks daily and like to do so. I just roll with the punches from time to time.
I guess I should really consider it lucky that Mrs Musky has no interest in tasting my collection with or without mix.
That is lucky.
This is an expensive hobby, and I only just got into it this year as prices skyrocketed. But then, my other hobby is owning and flying a small antique Piper airplane so my wallet is staying rather empty these days.
I recently paid US$62 for Aberlour 16, $69 for A'bunadh and $65 for Talisker 10 here in north central Texas.
Laphroig 10 is $49, Lagavulin 16 is $93 and they have one bottle of Lagavulin DE 1991 sitting on the shelf for $100 here.
All those prices are before adding on the state sales tax of 8.25%
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